Commercial Real Estate Law

Banking and Commercial Real Estate Experience

One of the significant pieces of business in a commercial real estate sale is structuring the financial deal itself. Whether you are the buyer or the seller, you probably want some of the same services from your Chapel Hill commercial real estate law attorney.

  • Error-free transactions
  • Timely response to client questions
  • Creative approach to structuring a deal
  • Personable service
  • No surprises!

Attorney Rob Maitland, the founder of our law firm, has not only the legal experience you need, but the banking and financial experience as well. As the former vice president of two financial institutions, he understands how to structure a purchase or sale agreements, as well as the financing agreements involved. He is also a well known presence in the Triangle's business and banking community. Attorney Rob Maitland special quality is his ability to see the big picture and then draw from his background to be a deal maker rather than a deal breaker.

Full Service Commercial Real Estate Law

We are a full-service law firm with significant experience in both commercial and residential real estate transactions as well as litigation in North Carolina. From our law office in Chapel Hill, we offer the following services:

  • Refinancing transactions for commercial properties
  • Foreclosure defense for commercial mortgages
  • Preparation of commercial leases
  • Landlord representation in landlord/tenant disputes
  • Builder representation in disputes with homeowners or contractors
  • Partition proceedings
  • Title work
  • Homeowners association (HOA) representation
  • Preparation of restrictive covenants
  • Collections for commercial leases or HOA dues

Triangle Circle, Orange County Contract Dispute Lawyer

Even when a real estate contract or transaction is well executed, a dispute can arise between parties. Attorney Rob Maitland is known as a tough negotiator and litigator for his clients and will vigorously advocate for your position in any of the following types of real estate disputes:

  • Lease disputes
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Builder representation in disputes with homeowners or contractors
  • Earnest money and commission disputes
  • Breach of contract disputes