Multi-Housing News Ranks Broad and Cassel Among Leading Real Estate Law Firms

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 2, 2017) — Statewide law firm Broad and Cassel LLP today announced it has received recognition as a 2017 Leading Real Estate Law Firm by Multi-Housing News. The firm was listed among the top 20 firms and is considered to have one of the most powerful real estate law practices in the nation.

Specifically, Broad and Cassel was noted for its representation of a global private investment firm in the $3 billion acquisition of a REIT’s 30-property apartment portfolio. The firm has more than 70 real estate attorneys and an average partner experience of 28 years.

Over the past 70 years, Broad and Cassel has become one of the largest and most sophisticated real estate law firms in the state. The Real Estate Practice Group provides a robust array of services with expertise in just about every facet of the industry – routinely working with local counsel not just in Florida but throughout the country. The group also boasts significant breadth and depth of experience representing publicly traded REITs, a master developer in a 7,000-acre mixed-use development of regional impact, and a highly regarded luxury multifamily developer in the United States, among others.

The firm’s Affordable Housing and Tax Credit Practice Group has represented clients in 35 states, closing more than a thousand transactions involving more than $5 billion in tax-credit syndications, tax-exempt bond financings, numerous subsidies from HUD Mixed Finance and HOPE VI transactions to HOME loans, SAIL loans, SHIP loans and other complex real estate financings and projects.

Rankings were generated based on revenue performance, number of real estate lawyers, practice growth, as well as the size and nature of top deals.

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