Tammy L. Ribar

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Concentrating her practice on commercial real estate matters, Tammy has experience in diverse real estate transactions, including ground-up development, zoning and land use, acquisitions and dispositions, financing transactions, title issues, lease negotiation and landlord/tenant disputes. Tammy works with developers, property owners, individuals and entities. Her work is diverse and includes large-scale and complex real estate transactions as well as residential transactions.

Tammy has significant experience with:

  • Real estate acquisitions and dispositions (commercial and residential, from start to finish including preparation and negotiation of agreements of sale, advice on all matters of due diligence and title review and closing preparation and assistance)
  • Leasing (office, industrial and retail)
  • Landlord and tenant matters (commercial and residential)
  • Financing (including CMBS)
  • Zoning and land use issues
  • Formation of Condominiums and Planned Communities with Homeowners Associations
  • Formation of single purpose entities to purchase real estate and preparation of limited partnership agreements and operating agreements for limited liability companies
  • Title issues
  • Real estate tax assessment and exemption appeals
  • 1031 Exchanges

In addition to practicing real estate law, Tammy is the owner of her own real estate investment company which owns single and multi-family residences and commercial office properties, giving her unique personal insight into her clients’ real estate endeavors.

  • Served as local counsel to buyer of 890,000+ s.f. regional shopping mall in a complicated $64 Million tenant in common transaction
  • Represented seller of retail strip mall in $32 Million 1031 exchange transaction
  • Represent local real estate investment company with multi-family and retail holdings in over $20 Million of purchase, sale and finance transactions
  • Represent local developer in connection with all aspects of a 300 acre mixed use brownfield redevelopment