Real Estate

Overview

Our team works hard to close transactions and resolve real estate matters. We understand the long-term value of real estate and the importance of sound business relationships among investments and managers.

At Gravis, we have a depth of experience establishing, operating, and transitioning private equity real estate investment companies, establishing common interest communities like condominium associations or homeowners associations, initiating, settling, and closing real estate transactions, and working with real estate agents and brokers to find efficient tax practices and manage their team members.

We help file and resolve lien issues, help developers subdivide or change zoning, and spend a significant amount of time in commercial leases for our clients in Seattle, Grand Rapids, and other major areas, including liquor and cannabis leases.

Our startup and commercial real estate practice supports clients in the following areas:

  • Preparation and Review of Commercial and Residential Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Escrow Services
  • Commercial and Residential Lease Matters
  • Preparation of Settlement Statements and Amortization Schedules
  • Promissory Notes
  • Deed of Trust, Security Agreements, Mortgages
  • Lien Rights
  • Homeowner Association Matters
  • Condominium Association Matters
  • Zoning and Subdivision
  • Joint Ventures
  • Easements and Encumbrances
  • Maintenance Agreements
  • Evictions

Representative Matters

  • Established international private equity real estate investment fund operating in multiple countries.
  • Started opportunity zone businesses and opportunity zone funds in strategic capital gains plays.
  • Subdivided agricultural land for separate uses, including farming and other primarily residential uses.
  • Seller-financed sale of improved real estate with recorded security and long-term escrow.
  • Apartment cooperative establishment and sales of shares with proprietary leases.
  • Established Seattle and other condominium associations and homeowner’s association under the old and new acts.
  • Board of directors’ support as general counsel, including regarding evictions, association lien rights, developer disputes, campus rules, foreclosures, and other general association matters.
  • Initiated purchase and sale, settled, and closed transaction on multi-million-dollar commercial tenant occupied real estate in Spokane.
  • Neighbor disputes regarding land use, boundaries, adverse possession, and easements.

Real Estate

Our team works hard to close transactions and resolve real estate matters. We understand the long-term value of real estate and the importance of sound business relationships among investments and managers.

At Gravis, we have a depth of experience establishing, operating, and transitioning private equity real estate investment companies, establishing common interest communities like condominium associations or homeowners associations, initiating, settling, and closing real estate transactions, and working with real estate agents and brokers to find efficient tax practices and manage their team members.

We help file and resolve lien issues, help developers subdivide or change zoning, and spend a significant amount of time in commercial leases for our clients in Seattle, Grand Rapids, and other major areas, including liquor and cannabis leases.

Our startup and commercial real estate practice supports clients in the following areas:

  • Preparation and Review of Commercial and Residential Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Escrow Services
  • Commercial and Residential Lease Matters
  • Preparation of Settlement Statements and Amortization Schedules
  • Promissory Notes
  • Deed of Trust, Security Agreements, Mortgages
  • Lien Rights
  • Homeowner Association Matters
  • Condominium Association Matters
  • Zoning and Subdivision
  • Joint Ventures
  • Easements and Encumbrances
  • Maintenance Agreements
  • Evictions

Representative Matters

  • Established international private equity real estate investment fund operating in multiple countries.
  • Started opportunity zone businesses and opportunity zone funds in strategic capital gains plays.
  • Subdivided agricultural land for separate uses, including farming and other primarily residential uses.
  • Seller-financed sale of improved real estate with recorded security and long-term escrow.
  • Apartment cooperative establishment and sales of shares with proprietary leases.
  • Established Seattle and other condominium associations and homeowner’s association under the old and new acts.
  • Board of directors’ support as general counsel, including regarding evictions, association lien rights, developer disputes, campus rules, foreclosures, and other general association matters.
  • Initiated purchase and sale, settled, and closed transaction on multi-million-dollar commercial tenant occupied real estate in Spokane.
  • Neighbor disputes regarding land use, boundaries, adverse possession, and easements.