Real estate development projects present many challenges that call for an experienced lawyer’s counsel and representation. At Incorvaia & Associates, you will find a skilled, cohesive team equipped to assist you with business-critical matters from financing to contract negotiations and review. When faced with legal issues such as land use and regulatory compliance, rest assured you have proven litigators on your side.

Leading Residential Development Lawyers Since 1979

Our boutique law firm has been the go-to resource for developers in North County San Diego and throughout Southern California since 1979. Led by highly regarded real estate attorney Joel L. Incorvaia, we have extensive knowledge of the statutes and regulations that pertain to land acquisitions, private and government financing, land use, construction, environmental considerations and more.

While we have worked on numerous commercial, industrial and mixed-use projects, our firm has built a specific strength in single-family and multi-family housing development, including:

  • Obtaining financing, negotiating and structuring purchase agreements, and handling tax credit syndications for low-income and affordable housing projects and other residential and commercial development
  • Helping our clients assess prospective land acquisitions for suitability to their intended purpose, in view of zoning, permitting and compliance issues
  • Negotiating and litigating when necessary to support land developers’ and contractors’ ability to complete projects successfully and on a timely basis

30 Years Experience in Encinitas and Surrounding Communities

Whether you are in need of real estate financing knowledge or formidable representation in any type of real estate litigation, you can turn to our firm for prompt attention. We have over 30 years experience in advocating for developers’ interests before government agencies and entities with advantageous results.

To consult directly with a respected commercial development lawyer at our firm, please contact us today.

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