Real Estate

Real Estate

Real estate continues to be an attractive long-term investment for investors seeking diversification and stable yields within an uncertain economy. Its ever-changing and competitive market requires, however, a robust and competence legal advice with local practical approach and global perspective.

We provide a tailored service which combines legal advice with a pragmatic commercial approach that will save you time and money, reduce risk and make your life easier. Through our constant monitoring and analysis of new regulations and instruments for the real-estate sector, we provide the most innovative solutions possible.

We make use of a full-service team that offers first-class service across property types, industries and jurisdictions, with the plus of our unrivalled experience in the Asia-Pacific region.

Our team regularly assists domestic and international clients, including companies, real estate funds, banks, private and institutional investors, developers and retailers among the most renowned in the market.

Whether you are an investor, fund manager, lender, developer, landowner, tenant, buyer or seller, we can support you across the entire real estate asset life-cycle. Our real estate practice – part of our DNA being one of the oldest practices in our firm’s history – provides a full range of real estate and property law services (commercial, retail, logistics, tourist/hotel, residential or other), including:

  • real estate contracts (e.g. acquisition, disposal, lease, rent to buy of individual assets or real estate portfolios)
  • acquisition finance
  • outsourcing contracts (advisory, property management, facility management, agency)
  • management of large accommodation facilities
  • management companies (SGRs) and investment funds
  • general and consultancy advice
  • legal due diligence activities.

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

Owners of land burdened by restrictive covenant prohibiting the sale of grocery items ask CAT to award damages and declare the covenant unenforceable.

26 February 2016

Real Estate partners Simon Ricketts, Steven Cowins and William Naunton share their top five takeaways from this year's Property Week's forecast dinner.

15 February 2016

The CJEU issues guidance on the interpretation on the potential restrictive effect of tenant veto clauses in commercial lease agreements.

03 December 2015

Although there has not been a revolution in the last twelve months – terms have continued to evolve in response to investor concerns, many of them informed by experiences in the immediate aftermath...

28 May 2015

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