Denver Commercial Real Estate Lease Lawyer
Experienced and Attentive Representation in Commercial and Residential Leasing
If you are considering entering into a commercial or residential lease, or if you own commercial property or single or multi-family residential property, you want an experienced lawyer to make certain your interests are protected. The real estate industry is highly regulated and leases are often complex documents. You want an attorney who fully understands the law and the regulations, one who has successfully helped others in similar circumstances.
**Please Note We Do Not Represent Tenants In Residential Landlord Disputes**
At the law office of Jay Pansing, I have over 30 years of experience representing businesses throughout the Denver Metro area in commercial leasing matters. AV-Rated* under Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Rating System®, I strictly limit my practice to real estate related matters. I have built and maintained my successful practice through a commitment to providing a high level of personal attention to every client. To schedule an appointment, contact my office by e-mail or call me at 720-496-4740.
Addressing Your Leasing Concerns
I handle all matters related to commercial and residential leases, from the negotiation of terms to the review and preparation of real estate lease agreements. I have a comprehensive understanding of the terms that can and do appear in leases, and how to ensure that your interests are fully protected. I can also advise you regarding the types of issues that might arise under the terms of a proposed lease.
I represent a broad range of clients who are contemplating entering into leases, including real estate brokerages, realty companies and management companies, as well as other entities looking to find or lease commercial. I review and prepare all leases for compliance with applicable rules and regulations, as well as Colorado statutes and court opinions.
Legal Assistance for Commercial Tenants and Landlords In Subordinate Nondisturbance and Attornment Agreements
Subordinate nondisturbance and attornment agreements (SNDAs) are designed to make clear the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords have in the event of foreclosure or sale of a commercial property. It is important to have experienced legal counsel review the terms of a lease to determine whether an SNDA would be appropriate. My name is Jay Pansing, a Denver commercial lease subordination nondisturbance and attornment agreement (SNDA) attorney, and I have been practicing real estate law for more than 30 years. I can help you protect your rights and interests in commercial leases.
I have extensive experience with agreement drafting and in negotiations concerning SNDAs. I understand that every business is different and keep this in mind when questions surrounding an SNDA arise. As a creative problem solver, I will fully inform you of all of your options and will make myself accessible to address all of your questions regarding a commercial lease agreement.