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kstotts@winstead.com

Kristi E. Stotts is a shareholder in Winstead's Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. Kristi’s practice is focused on real estate development, with an emphasis on structuring and administering residential, mixed-use and office condominiums, and residential and mixed-use communities.  Kristi represents developers in their administration of property owner associations. Kristi also has experience in a variety of commercial real estate transactions including drafting acquisition and disposition contracts, easements and license agreements.

Representative Experience

  • Representation of condominium developers and builders in the creation of high-rise, mixed-use, commercial and residential condominium projects
  • Representation of developers and builders in the conversion of multifamily housing into residential condominiums
  • Representation of developers and builders in structuring single family and townhome projects and master planned residential and mixed-use developments
  • Representation of developers and builders in the formation and administration of residential, commercial and mixed-use property owners associations
  • Representation of condominium developers and builders in complying with secondary mortgage market requirements (FHA, VA, FNMA, etc.) and the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act
  • Representation of purchasers and sellers of real estate in the acquisition, disposition and development of improved and unimproved property

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