In the arena of Real Estate, Reed & Scardino provides clients with a broad range of transactional services, offering informed, qualified, and professional leadership in any matter. Our diverse experience spans negotiation, acquisition support and financing solutions, analytical insight, and management & structuring of complex evaluations and contracts. Our creative, yet pragmatic, approach emphasizes solid resolutions to achieve tangible results for our clients. Timely service, straightforward style, and a clear understanding of our clients’ objectives are among Reed & Scardino’s guiding principles.
PURCHASE & SALE
At Reed & Scardino, we assists clients in the negotiation of deal terms, preparation of contracts and closing documents, title analysis, financing options, feasibility studies, environmental liability and risk assessment, complex structuring, and tax-informed insight in regard to acquisition and disposition of real property.
Our professional representation in local, regional, and national-level lease transactions extends well beyond the negotiating and drafting of requisite documents, offering a well-informed, insightful and strategic perspective. The team’s varied experience – from simple term extensions to the most intricate, multi-year multi-outlet contracts, helps clients assess opportunities and risks. Representative lease transactions include commercial retail, office, industrial, strategic, and market-specific needs.
At Reed & Scardino, we understand the financial, regulatory and tax implications of acquiring commercial property. We can assist arrangers, financial institutions as well as borrowers including developers, funds, and institutional investors with respect to complex property and portfolio financing transactions (debt and equity), loan modifications, refinancing, workouts, loan syndication, and participation.
We strive to paint a complete picture of the risks and opportunities of any deal. Our significant experience has shown the importance of being detailed in our work. In small and large, complex real estate transactions, whether small or large, taking the time to analyze and research ultimately saves the client money. Newly-discovered zoning requirements, restrictions and encumbrances, or environmental, historical/cultural, or structural concerns, would be unwelcome surprises after the ink has dried.