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Fisher & Sauls, P.A. Providing Personal and Business Legal Services Since 1936
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Commercial Lending

Fisher & Sauls has a sophisticated banking and finance practice focused primarily on the representation of commercial banks and other financial institutions and lenders in structuring, negotiating, and documenting real estate-based and other commercial loans. If you represent a commercial bank or other financial institution in need of lending assistance, please contact our team today.

Our attorneys look forward to providing legal advice and services to your bank or financial institution. Among other things, we have the knowledge and experience to skillfully, efficiently, and cost-effectively:

  • Conduct Appropriate Due Diligence Regarding the Relevant Real Estate Project
  • Review Property Surveys, Title Insurance, and Real Estate Records
  • Review Complex Contracts, Agreements and Legal Documents
  • Negotiate the Terms of the Loan with the Borrower
  • Draft Required Loan Documents, including Customized Documents
  • Represent your Institution during Closing
  • Assist your Institution with any Post-Closing Issues, including Loan Modifications, Loan Workouts and Forbearance Documents
  • Provide Other Lending-Related Legal Advice

If you represent a commercial bank or other financial institution, please do not hesitate to call us today at (727) 822-2033 to schedule an initial consultation.

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The attorneys at Fisher & Sauls, P.A. are experts in the areas of estate planning, probate, real estate transactions, business law, and litigation. Please contact our offices to schedule a consultation regarding your legal concern.

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