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As every real estate venture is different, our lawyers offer guidance during the entity formation phase tailored to fit the specific objectives of our clients.
We help determine the entity structure that best meets the goals for the ownership, management, financing and development of a particular project. We work with clients in all phases of the negotiation and formation of:
- Limited liability companies
- Joint ventures
Clients count on Horack Talley lawyers to draft complex joint venture agreements between property owners and investors that dictate the profit distribution, management and responsibilities of ownership. Included within the joint venture agreements are provisions that address “sweat equity” or promote fees due the property owner and developer, along with the criteria for distributing both net cash flow and special proceeds generated from the property.
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