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Louise F. Harmon

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Louise Harmon focuses her practice on commercial and residential real estate development and real estate finance. She represents local, regional and national lenders with regard to the negotiation and documentation of commercial acquisitions, refinance and construction financing, asset-based lending transactions and other forms of secured lending.

Louise also represents real estate clients with all facets of acquisition, financing, development and disposition of real estate. This work includes the negotiation and drafting of purchase and sale agreements, the negotiation of acquisition and development financing documents, the drafting of reciprocal easement agreements, restrictive covenants and other related documents for commercial developments as well as residential planned communities.

Louise’s clients include numerous banks, local developers and builders, and national builders in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Phone (704) 716-0891
Fax (704) 372-2619

 

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Education

J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law, 1996

B.A., Economics, Clemson University, 1993

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South Carolina, 2005

North Carolina, 1996

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