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The world of commercial real estate is full of nuance and negotiation. From property codes to contract drafting and zoning disputes, landmines abound for the unwary and the uninformed. At Henningson & Snoxell, our lawyers are not only well-versed in the real estate industry, we possess an acute understanding of the Minneapolis-St. Paul market.
Whether you are looking to buy, sell, lease or finance, our capable team of real estate attorneys will guide you to a favorable outcome in a timely and cost-effective manner. With over three decades of commercial law experience under our belts, our firm is fully equipped to serve businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Our law firm is an active member of several of the leading real estate and construction associations, including the Builders Association of Minnesota, Suburban Northwest Builders Association, Wright County Economic Development Partnership and Minnesota Real Estate Exchangers.
We regularly represent our clients in a wide range of commercial real estate transactions, including:
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