Real Estate

Real Estate Practice Leaders

Varner & Brandt's real estate, land use and transactional attorneys offer our clients extensive expertise and experience with the strategic planning of real estate development and transactions including the acquisition, financing, development, construction and sale of commercial, industrial, office, residential, mixed-use, public use, redevelopment, and affordable housing projects.

Our team of real estate lawyers have played a major role in facilitating high profile complex public and private development. We represent a diverse array of clients, including private real estate developers and investors as well as public entities in all aspects of real estate related transactions. We have been successful in not only achieving our client's goals and objectives, but helping to increase and stimulate real estate development throughout the local communities of Inland Southern California.

Varner & Brandt's real estate attorneys played a key role in assisting a client in a multifaceted negotiation, purchase, development, land use and construction of the commercial facility valued at over $300 million. Having cultivated relationships in the Inland Southern California area for over four decades, we are unmatched in our desire and ability to support local real estate developers, landowners and entrepreneurs in all of their endeavors.

Varner & Brandt’s attorneys have also represented some of the more sophisticated Oversight Boards in the dissolution of redevelopment agencies, including the City of Los Angeles and the City of Industry.

Our attorneys have expertise in a wide range of real estate areas, including:

  • Construction and Development
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Real Estate Acquisition
  • Real Estate Investment
  • Real Estate Disposition
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Real Estate Sales
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Distressed Assets
  • Economic Development
  • Eminent Domain
  • Governmental Agency Transactions
  • Contracts
  • Land Use
  • Redevelopment
  • Successor Agency Representation
  • Affordable Housing
  • Water Law