“I’m always available and never too busy to talk to my clients.”
Bob focuses on high-quality real estate advice, delivered to his clients promptly and at reasonable rates. His experience allows him to pay attention to potential costs, risks and liabilities that his client may not be aware of. Challenges involving buying property, evaluations of the costs of acquiring property and regulatory issues during development or operation of a property are Bob’s specialties.
His experience in condominium and homeowners association law and the representation of developers and homeowners’ associations provide a solid understanding of condominium and HOA law which is invaluable to condominium developers, unit owners and condominium and homeowners associations. Bob provides insight into the latest industry trends and best legal practices.
Bob provides counsel to developers in the creation of residential, commercial, and multi-use condominium declarations.
Some typical condo owners’ association matters that he counsels clients on include insurance coverage, negotiations among unit owners, election of board members and enforcement of rules and by-laws. He also assists owners’ associations with legal issues related to the operation and maintenance and capital repair and replacement projects as well as various real estate and construction-related issues and contract disputes.
Case Studies / Success Story:
A client new to the apartment construction and operation business came to Bob for guidance on their newest development. The client had a clear vision for her project, but was running into regulatory hurdles and “informal” barriers. Following Bob’s lead, the developer was able to push through the red tape that was causing the frustration to her project, and completed the apartments. He was also able to take advantage of tax incentives equal to approximately 10 percent of the project cost. The final product was an architectural jewel that reflected the client’s original vision at less cost.
“Thoroughly investigating zoning and development regulations can reveal incentives that won’t leave money laying on the table.“