While her many long-term relationships with community associations testify to the quality of Nancy’s work, her expertise actually extends across the real estate spectrum to:
Nancy’s in-depth understanding of the real estate market, coupled with her unique perspective as a former mortgage company employee, enables her to provide direct and proactive counsel to clients including builders, developers, banks, condominium and townhouse associations, as well as individuals and entities involved in real estate transactions. Among the services she provides:
Representing numerous community associations, she brings considerable insight to all stages of association development – and all association matters – including entity formation, the creation and interpretation of covenants and bylaws, and collections.
Clients rely on Nancy for clear, concise information; a talent for explaining complex legal matters in everyday language; and her ability to anticipate potential issues – a quality particularly valued by associations and builders in the initial development stages. Moreover, when particularly vexing issues arise, clients count on Nancy for the collective wisdom of her fellow practice members.
“We truly function as a team,” she explains. “That’s important in part because it enables practice members to have particular expertise in our niche practice area. So where my knowledge trails off, one of my colleagues will have the answer. That kind of breadth and depth of knowledge is a signal feature of our practice – and a formidable asset for our clients.”
|MN||Authorized to Practice||1992||11/18/2021|
|William Mitchell College of Law||JD||N/A|
|College of Saint Benedict||BA||N/A|
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