Years of experience and up-to-date knowledge on redevelopment, transaction, financing and auctioning
With 14 lawyers, insolvency practitioners, tax advisors and paralegals our real estate practice is one of the largest in the Netherlands. We have ample experience with all known cases such as redevelopment, real estate portfolio transactions and the financing of (construction) projects as well as auctions.
Pragmatic approach to complex transactions
We work in a multidisciplinary team in which legal and tax expertise and insights in the property market are exchanged continuously. All this current knowledge and years of experience are incorporated in our innovative and effective solutions. We have assembled a team of specialists with up-to-date knowledge of voluntary auctions and execution of private and professional registered property sale by tender, auction and foreclosure litigation issues.
We act for developers, investors, contractors, banks, judgment creditors and therefore have an equally broad as thorough knowledge of the market. We operate from our offices in Amsterdam and The Hague, with real estate experts who are known for the quality of their work and commitment.
We have extensive experience in: area development, real estate transactions (including tax aspects), (project) financing, (execution) auctions, rent and lease transactions and management of lease portfolios.
BUREN advises Ufenau Capital Partners AG on an investment in aTmos Group. aTmos Group is a leading integrated full-service
BUREN advises Cabot Properties, Inc. (Cabot) on the acquisition of a modern logistics warehouse for its real estate
BUREN advises AINA Hospitality Fund on the sale of the Eindhoven Pullman Hotel to Ramphastos Real Estate. The
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