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Real Estate

Our real estate attorneys advise and represent property owners, tenants, lenders, investors, municipalities, developers and construction companies in a wide range of commercial and residential real property transactions and disputes.

Structuring the Transaction, Defending Real Property Interests

With deep resources in the related areas of finance, construction and environmental law, Foley Mansfield brings a multifaceted perspective to all phases of real estate development, ownership and management to our clients and their real property matters.

Our attorneys are well-versed in the many nuances of real property transactions and real estate-related disputes, including skilled negotiation, documentation, and litigation. Whether your needs are local, regional or national, our real property skills translate to exceptional service. Our real estate services include:

  • Purchase, Sale, and Lease Agreements
  • Secured Lending
  • Leasing
  • Enforcement of Real Property Interests
  • Entity Formation
  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Foreclosures
  • Homeowner Associations and CICs
  • Landlord/Tenant Issues
  • Lien Disputes
  • Property Damage Claims
  • Tax Appeals
  • Title Review and Dispute Resolution
  • Municipal Land Use Issues
  • Zoning, Conditional Use Permits, Variances, Platting, and Access Rights

Real estate matters require a solid understanding of the many laws that govern property, financing, and commercial transactions. We have the depth and breadth of experience necessary to effectively handle both transactional and contentious real estate matters and to address both the legal and operational challenges faced by property owners, managers, and operators of commercial property.

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Angela V. Sayre

Partner - Los Angeles

asayre@foleymansfield.com

213-283-2147

Angela V. Sayre is a partner in Foley Mansfield’s Los Angeles office and is the chair of the firm's Real Estate practice group. She has over a decade of experience in defending cases involving catastrophic injury, toxic tort matters, and commercial litigation.  Her strength lies in an acute understanding of being able to align client objectives with attorney action resulting in deliverables and preferred client outcomes. Ms. Sayre represents clients nationally in commercial real estate disputes and business disputes.

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