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Real Estate and Banking

Real estate transactions are often complex, and one mistake may be very costly. The consequences of those mistakes may not even appear until years later when it is too late. It is for this reason that it is imperative to have a real estate lawyer by your side who can ensure those mistakes are not made, and that any real estate transaction you embark on goes as smoothly as possible. There are many laws in Illinois that govern real estate transactions, and an attorney will ensure that you and others comply with them.

Services Real Estate Lawyers Can Help With

There are many areas of real estate and banking in which an attorney can help. Some of these include:


  • 1031 and other Tax-Deferred Exchanges
  • Construction Documents and Agreements with contractors and architects
  • Joint Ventures, Syndications and other Investment Structures
  • Lease Transactions including office, retail, commercial and industrial sites
  • Commercial and Construction Loan Financing
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Purchase and Sales of vacant, commercial, industrial, retail, office and mixed-use property
  • Real Estate Development and Subdivisions


  • Asset-based Financial Services and Factoring
  • Commercial and Construction Real Estate Financing and Syndication Financing
  • Lender Liability
  • Loan Documentation
  • SBA Representation and Liquidation of SBA loan assets
  • Uniform Commercial Code

Any time someone faces these issues, they must speak with an Illinois real estate lawyer who can help.

An Illinois Real Estate Lawyer Can Help With Any Transaction

If you are interested in acquiring new property, our Chicago real estate lawyers at Harrison & Held, LLP, can help. We will always inform you of your rights and ensure they are upheld, and help your transaction proceed as smoothly as possible. Do not handle any real estate issue on your own. Call us or contact us online to get the help you need.

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