Real Estate Contract Drafting and Review for Commercial Properties

Commercial real estate transactions in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington

Buying and selling real estate are extremely important transactions and commercial property in particular can represent a substantial investment. For this reason, you always want to ensure that any contracts involved in commercial real estate transactions represent your best interests and will prevent any conflicts or disputes from arising.

The experienced attorneys at the Dickson Frohlich know how to skillfully draft and review commercial real estate contracts with your best interest in mind.


Carefully drafting contracts for commercial real estate transactions

At the Dickson Frohlich, we regularly handle a wide range of contracts involved in commercial real estate transactions. Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of all of the essential provisions necessary for a quality commercial real estate contract, which can include:

  • Clear identification of the parties
  • Clear property description
  • Terms of payment
  • Title insurance and abstract
  • Right to adjust or amend the contract
  • Land use and zoning1 issues
  • Rights to inspect
  • Warranties
  • Escrow2
  • Dispute resolution options and remedies for breach of contract

These are only some of the highly necessary and important terms that should be included in every commercial real estate contract. In addition, since every transaction is different, you always want to tailor your contract to specifically fit your needs and largely avoid boilerplate terms. For this reason, it is imperative to have an experienced real estate transaction attorney handling your contract.

Reviewing contracts for questionable provisions

In addition to drafting real estate contracts, many of our clients come to us with contracts with which they have been presented by the other party to the transaction. Having an attorney review any contract you sign is always important to identify any terms or provisions that may go against your best interest.

Though a contract may look all right to you, many terms are written in legal language that may mask questionable terms. You do not want to find out about such terms after a dispute arises, so always call our office for commercial real estate contract review.

Contact the Dickson Frohlich for a free 15-minute consultation today

Our lawyers at the Dickson Frohlich regularly handle real estate contract drafting and review for commercial properties and have helped many commercial buyer and sellers.





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    Thomas L. Dickson

    Tom is an experienced litigator and the founding partner of the Dickson Frohlich. For over 30 years, he’s helped clients prevail in their real estate, construction, and business law matters.

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    Robert P. Dickson

    The core of Rob’s legal practice is civil litigation, with an emphasis on construction, real estate, and business law. He represents a wide range of clients, from large construction companies to individual homeowners.

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    Mark S. Johnson

    Mark’s legal practice focuses on civil litigation, real estate law, business law and family law. He works tirelessly to help his clients achieve the outcome they are looking for.

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    Daniel J. Frohlich

    Dan’s legal practice focuses on civil litigation, real estate law, business law and probate law. He has more than 10 years of experience as an attorney serving clients throughout Western Washington.

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    Chris Lindemeier

    As an associate at Dickson Frohlich, Chris practices in a wide range of areas, including business law, real estate law, civil litigation, and intellectual property law.

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    Daniel Pizarro

    As an associate at Dickson Frohlich, Daniel is active in the firm’s civil litigation department. His practice is mainly centered around real estate law, landlord-tenant law, construction law, and probate law.

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    Alexander Wisbey

    Alexander Wisbey comes to the firm with 5 years of experience as a litigator and trial attorney. He has first chaired several jury trials and has extensive experience handling arbitrations, mediations, depositions, and settlements.

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    George Knight

    George is an honors graduate of Emory University School of Law. While there, George served on the Emory Law Journal as an Articles Editor.

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