Josh Crowfoot and Andy Leffler Talk Commercial Real Estate on Let’s Talk Money Radio Show
Josh Crowfoot and Andy Leffler joined Jim Place and Jayme O’Donnell of Evergreen Advisors on the August 26, 2020, Let’s Talk Money radio show. In the podcast, they discussed hot topics related to commercial real estate and how COVID-19 has affected the market. Josh and Andy covered how landlords and tenants have found creative solutions for leasing over the last several months and what options are available for both parties during this time.
For commercial real estate insights, listen to the on-demand Let’s Talk Money podcast with Josh and Andy.
Josh and Andy advise Chambliss’ real estate clients. Josh often negotiates matters related to the buying, selling, and leasing of commercial real estate. He also handles commercial real estate closings and has significant experience advising clients in the purchase and sale of hotels and senior assisted living facilities. Andy regularly represents regional and nation real estate development and real estate finance clients on every side of the transaction, whether they are the seller, buyer, lender, landlord, tenant, or investor. Not only does Andy work with real estate developers in connection with underwriting the initial land and guiding them through the construction loan process, but he also helps with the structuring and papering joint ventures. For details on their individual practices and experience, please visit Josh and Andy’s bios.
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