MultiFamilyLegacyPodcast

Multifamily Legacy Podcat Ep#182
One of the most common mistakes new investors make is going through contracts and negotiations themselves. Check out this episode with Wayne Segal and learn the importance of having legal representation to identify and understand the most critical parts of your paperwork.

Topics on Today’s Episode
• Is all legal advice the same?
• Why you should have a lawyer check your term sheet before signing
• How can a lawyer help you with negotiations?
• Where to find good legal counsel?
• Most common mistakes new investors make

About Wayne Segal
Wayne Segal is a Member and Manager of Dawda Mann. His practice is concentrated in the areas of banking and real estate law. Wayne has extensive experience representing banks in investment, acquisition, development, and construction financing of shopping centers, office buildings, industrial buildings, and other commercial and residential properties. In addition, he has substantial experience in middle-market loan transactions as well as commercial and real estate workouts and restructures. Wayne represents local, regional, and national builders and developers in single-family and multi-family residential projects. He also has considerable experience representing retail, office, and commercial developers in acquisitions, financing, construction, development, and leasing transactions.

Connect with Wayne
Website: www.dawdamann.com

Quotes
‘’There is a right lawyer for every transaction.’’ -Wayne Segal
‘’The devil is always in the details.’’ -Corey Peterson

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