Real Estate

Through our real estate practice, Scholz Nonprofit Law assists nonprofits, businesses, and funding sources — including banks, private investors, and governments — to develop, finance, purchase, and sell real estate.

Our experience includes:

  • Helping clients finance, develop, purchase and sell residential, commercial and industrial real estate;
  • Working with lenders, non-profit sponsors, developers, and investors on tax credit financings;
  • Representing lenders and large borrowers with sophisticated commercial lending projects;
  • Assisting developers with land acquisition, annexation, and zoning issues, and with subdivision, mixed-use development and financing issues;
  • Negotiating and drafting development agreements, leases, condominium declarations, and master condominium documents for large mixed-use developments;
  • Assisting clients with long-term strategic plans for mixed-use of real estate in urban core and adjacent suburban areas; and,
  • Advising on day-to-day operation of a large hospitality company, including real estate acquisitions and sales, real estate development and property management, hotel management, supply agreements and securities/corporate governance issues;
  • Serving as borrower counsel, underwriter counsel, issuer counsel, and bank counsel on numerous municipal and conduit bond issues.

See also Operations and Business Transactions and Employment.

Livesey Corporation

Jeff helped Livesey Company, a for-profit developer, finance the development of the Spectrum Brands building in Middleton with tax exempt bonds.

Wisconsin Partnership for Housing Development

Jeff assists the Wisconsin Partnership for Housing Development with creation of affordable housing, utilizing the low-income housing tax credits and other public and private financing programs.