Trusted Real Estate, Business and Asset Protection Attorneys

Naples Commercial Real Estate Lawyer

Stay Ahead of the Curve in Commercial Real Estate Law

We will help you protect your commercial real estate interests, minimize your liabilities and manage all litigation issues that may arise. Our team has over 75 years of combined experience and an in-depth understanding of the specifics of commercial real estate law in Florida.

Proper drafting of agreements and crafting deals from a position of authority can prevent many issues before they arise. Our team brings a wealth of experience in matters such as:

  • Purchases and sales
  • Title and escrow
  • Settlement (closing)
  • Lease negotiation, agreements and dispute resolution
  • New construction
  • Construction loans
  • Construction litigation
  • Building improvements
  • Mortgage refinancing
  • Landlord and tenant disputes

Should something go wrong in any part of the process (short- or long-term), we will help you achieve a quick resolution with commonsense, personalized solutions that will be designed to protect your assets while minimizing your costs.

Property Management — Commercial Landlord And Tenant Disputes

Appropriate property management contracts and agreements are essential to good business practices. We can help you create or fine-tune clear, precise and customized property management agreements that work for your business model, align with your company’s goals and protect your interests.

Our commercial real estate attorneys in Naples and the Ft. Myers area will advise you on the latest changes to Florida laws, helping you remain in compliance with rules and regulations.

Commercial Foreclosure, Evictions And Your Business in Naples, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, and Marco Island

Foreclosure and evictions can be difficult and complex. Many of the statutory protections for tenants and landlords are absent from the statutes governing the commercial lease relationship. However, there are other and often more-effective tools available for commercial landlords.

If tenants are going out of business or not paying their rent, landlords will often have a range of legal remedies available. If you have planned ahead, the legal protections afforded under Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes will be in place.

At the Law Office of Sam J. Saad III, our attorneys have intimate knowledge of the implications and applications of the law governing commercial real estate transactions. We also understand the difficult situation an eviction can place you in, particularly related to cash flow. We will advise you on the proper steps to take to help minimize the ancillary issues and expenses that may arise from such situations.

Whether you are a landlord or tenant, your rights in an eviction situation will often depend on timing. We encourage you to make an appointment to discuss your legal situation as soon as possible.

Security Deposit Disputes — Quick Resolutions.

The Florida Statutes have strict timelines for making demands and responding. We will advise you on the proper steps to take, and we will help you understand what legal recourse you may have if the security deposit timing has not been handled properly. Whether representing the landlord or the tenant on a commercial security deposit dispute claim, our goal is to quickly resolve the dispute so all parties can get on with their business.

Please call us at 239-963-8999 or email our team to schedule a free 30-minute initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We are available to speak with you today.