CGS3 brings two important skills to the table when it comes to financing: our experience with the unique dynamics involved in the financing process and our knowledge about how financing, leasing and development all interrelate. We leverage this insight to determine when a “no” should be a “yes” and how to get the terms you need to protect your interests.
More than any other area, the benefit of bringing our services in at the commitment and loan application phase is essential as we aid in the process of addressing your pivotal terms. Often a lender fails to consider or does not understand the full scope of a real estate project, and we can help ”fill the gaps” of missing information to complete the picture and secure your financing.
We help you understand where you have leverage, where you don’t, and how to navigate the unique dynamics involved in the use of different financing vehicles to address your needs.
Learn more about our integrated commercial real estate services.
- Business and real estate negotiations
- Ownership interests
- Dissolution of business entities
- Breaches of contract and business torts
- Workouts and foreclosure of distressed property
- Landlord/tenant lease disputes
- Construction disputes
- Easements and other real property interests
- Land use decisions by public entities
- Employment agreements and issues
- Insurance claims
- Holders of personal guarantees
- Unlawful Detainers
- Pre-purchase/leasing due diligence
- California Planning, Zoning and Subdivision Law/obtaining entitlements from local jurisdictions and other agencies
- Rezoning and variances
- Master and general plan adoptions and amendments
- Zoning or building code enforcement actions
- Environmental enforcement actions by agencies regulating water quality, air quality, hazardous substances, and other resources
- California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance
- Impact fees, exactions and other conditions of development approvals
- Historic landmark designation and preservation
- Condemnation of property rights by public agencies
- Defense of administrative and judicial challenges to development approvals