We do Real Estate
Hubacher & Ames represent a variety of real estate clients in the multi-family housing and commercial sectors. Our clients include some of the nation’s largest developers, real estate investment trusts (REITs), and property management groups with portfolios that include hundreds of properties. We also represent smaller owners, homeowner associations and condominium associations. In addition, Hubacher & Ames represents several influential real estate trade associations.
In today’s digital age where residential and commercial tenants require and expect high quality broadband services, our real estate clients rely on the counsel of our attorneys to make sense of the complex legal issues involving the deployment and implementation of telecommunications, cable, data and information services in the real estate sector.
The projects our attorneys routinely handle include:
- Drafting and negotiating service contracts and marketing agreements for residential and commercial properties.
- Negotiation of access fees, marketing fees, and other compensation from telecommunications providers for real estate owners to increase revenues.
- Drafting and negotiation of rooftop leases and site license agreements with wireless companies and other telecommunications providers to help real estate owners maximize the financial benefits of their assets.
- Drafting and negotiation of easements and other access agreements necessary for the deployment of high-demand broadband services to residential and commercial developments.
- Advice and counsel regarding complex FCC regulations and federal, state and local laws relating to the delivery of broadband services to residential and commercial properties.
- Portfolio analysis of existing telecommunications contracts.
- Advice and counsel regarding inside wiring, mandatory access, and other “access to premises” and infrastructure issues.
- Dispute resolution on behalf of property owners with broadband providers.
- Representation of real estate industry trade groups in front of FCC with respect to telecommunications and broadband issues that impact property owners.