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Commercial Real Estate Attorney #28101

Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Salary: $100K-$115K

3+ years of commercial real estate experience required

A reputable Boston Law Firm is seeking an attorney to join their busy commercial lending and real estate practice. Apply if you have experience in both commercial lending and commercial real estate finance transactions, including in the areas of affordable housing and community development.


  • Commercial Real Estate Attorney will review the lender’s credit approval requirements and prepare loan documents for the transaction
  • Determine necessary due diligence searches and review results
  • Review and negotiate lender’s title insurance policies for real estate collateral
  • Determine and arrange proper perfection of the lender’s security interest in personal property collateral in accordance with the requirements of the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Negotiate loan documents with Borrower’s counsel and other third parties involved in the collateral
  • Prepare and negotiate Subordination Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements with respect to tenants for commercial real estate collateral
  • Prepare and/or review and negotiate zoning and land use opinions related to real estate collateral
  • Prepare and negotiate participation and syndication agreements with other lenders
  • Prepare and/or review and negotiate intercreditor agreements with subordinate and mezzanine lenders


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 3+ years of commercial real estate experience
  • Admission to the Massachusetts State Bar
  • High-energy with an ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Meticulous attention to details and strong organizational
  • Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills

Categories: Direct Hire|Legal Jobs, Region| Greater Boston - Massachusetts

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