NCTM’s real estate group is one of the leading groups in Italy offering the full range of services. We provide our domestic and international clients with efficient service in a timely manner.
NCTM assists and advises its clients on transactions related to the acquisition, sale and disposal of property and the development of single properties or portfolios, whether carried out individually or through real-estate companies and/or funds.
In the area of real-estate funds, the firm’s advice covers, with the assistance of other NCTM departments, all legal aspects of fund creation and management.
NCTM is one of the leading firms in the area of competitive bids for real-estate spin-offs, having managed or taken part in most of the major transactions carried out in this area.
The firm’s services include:
- Transactions related to construction and development projects
- Project finance
- Specialised contracts and commercial or hotel-related projects such as work contracts
- Leases, agency, property and facility management
- Hotel franchising or management
- Due diligence.
‘This large, well-connected department advises on the full spectrum of real-estate matters, offering clients a complete service whatever the requirements of the transaction. The practice’s core strengths remain zoning, planning and transactional work, and the group is particularly active in the area of social housing. It recently advised on the development of a real estate fund dedicated to the provision of social housing.
‘Sources say: “An impressive team, which is able to multi-task and deliver our needs in a short time.” Luigi Croce specialises in corporate and M&A-related real estate matters. The arrival of Michele Bignami at the firm has further bolstered its real-estate practice.’ — Real Estate Awards, 2010
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This material was sourced from the NCTM website.
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