Investing in commercial real estate can be a complicated and daunting process. Without an experienced legal team, mistakes on the contracts can cost thousands of dollars. Ron Rohde is a creative lawyer who can provide solutions to make a deal work and generate superior returns.
The Lease is the most important document when defining the relationship between a Landlord and his/her Tenant. Given the dramatic delays in our court system, avoiding a tedious eviction process will save money and time.
Purchasing distressed assets requires a different skill set than a typical due diligence review. The process and timeline from letter of intent to the signed purchase agreement is short and intense. The wrong decision can put everything at risk, while an efficient process can guarantee phenomenal deals.
A single lawsuit can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars PLUS legal fees.
Every contract you sign is a potential opportunity to make money, but also to lose money.
Internal disagreements can be just as costly and are often the least expected.
Ronald Rohde Law provides reliable, up-to-date advice for all types of residential and commercial investors. Our mission is to provide exactly what our clients need while exceeding their expectations for customer service.
We maximize the use of automation technology as we value your time as much as ours. You will always speak to an attorney and we take the time to understand your investment goals, experience, and risk tolerance.
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Ron has helped developers raise foreign investment funds through the EB5 program and represented foreign investors from China, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, and India.
Ron has conducted acquisitions of commercial real estate, new construction development, and all areas of asset management for shopping centers, retail strip malls, restaurants, office buildings, industrial and warehouse assets.
Ron has helped thousands of investors on BiggerPockets where he a leading expert on real estate investing.
If you need litigation or trial representation, contact Palmer Lehman Sandberg, PLLC.
With a dozen attorneys, some with over 30 years of experience, you'll have the benefit of their wisdom in handling complex commercial litigation.
The litigation practice group has significant experience representing real estate developers, buyers or investors throughout the state of Texas. They also have specialized experience helping lenders navigate a tenant or borrower who files for bankruptcy during proceedings.
We have represented and helped hundreds of clients and developers successfully navigate the court system to achieve the fastest outcome for your case.Palmer Lehman Sandberg Website
Sit down with Daniel Hyman, CPA and Ron Rohde, JD as they discuss one of the most common questions from new investors in single family residential (SFR). We cover tax deductions, S Corp benefits, liability risk and due on sale clauses.
Is your entity forfeited existence from the Texas Comptroller's office?
This video by Ronald Rohde Law will walk you through the 3 simple steps to reinstating your LLC (or other legal entity) with the state of Texas. There are two primary agencies to deal with if your entity has been terminated for failure to file an annual franchise return. Failing to file a franchise tax return or pay the fees due is the most common reason why Texas LLCs are out of good standing. The easiest way to check is to look up your entity at the Texas Comptroller website https://mycpa.cpa.state.tx.us/coa/
Type in your entity name and click search.
You'll need to login to the Texas Comptroller's Office to determine what documents or taxes are missing. Complete and submit these forms online and pay any fees (can be with a credit card).
Request a tax clearance letter from the Comptroller. Receive it immediately via PDF if all requirements have been satisfied.
Submit Tax Clearance Letter to Texas Secretary of State.
That's it! You're back in good standing and able to transact business in the State of Texas. This process may apply to other states.
In this video, Ron sits down with Clint, a real estate investor based in Austin, Texas who has built an 8 unit SFR portfolio of #studenthousing within 1 mile of the Texas A&M campus in College Station, Texas.
Join us as we discuss his background, what led to the investment, advice to his younger self, and other legal issues investors face in 2020.
Have you wanted to invest in industrial warehouse commercial real estate? This is one of the hottest asset classes which has been tremendous gains in occupancy and rent appreciation. Join us as we walk through a property in Plano, Texas.