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Caleb D. Trotter is a deal maker, representing clients in a variety of industries on a wide range of real estate transactions from leasing to acquisition to development. 

Caleb’s practice encompasses a multitude of real estate transactions, including the representation of clients in connection with the leasing, financing, acquisition, disposition, and development of both unimproved and improved real property.
A primary focus of his practice is representing institutional landlords in connection with their industrial and office leasing and asset management needs. He also regularly represents both institutional and private lenders, with an emphasis on construction loans and horizontal development. He leverages his broad real estate experience with a collaborative, responsive, and knowledgeable approach to bring tremendous value to each project and to get the deal done. 
As the cryptocurrency space has grown significantly over the past few years, Caleb’s practice has also evolved to include the representation of both land owners and operators in real estate transactions related to data centers and crypto-mining.  He has handled acquisitions and/or ground leasing of numerous sites for major players within this emerging and fast-growing industry and continues to work on transactions in this innovative space in Texas and beyond.

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