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Buchalter

Daniel D. Dow

Daniel D. Dow

Attorney

Expertise

  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate Finance

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Buchalter
California, U.S.A.

Profile

Daniel Dow is a real estate attorney in Buchalter’s Orange County office.  His practice focuses on representing clients in the financing, acquisition, disposition and leasing of commercial real estate.  Mr. Dow regularly represents lenders and borrowers in connection with financing the acquisition, development and/or renovation of all types of commercial real estate, including multifamily, office, industrial and retail properties.  He has also represented both buyers and sellers in transactions valued from a few hundred thousand dollars to $250 million.  Mr. Dow’s practice is nationwide and has involved properties in nearly half of the states, including major markets like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle and Miami as well as smaller markets like Albuquerque, New Mexico, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Hillsboro, Oregon.

With an undergraduate degree in business administration and experience representing business owners in tax matters prior to attending law school, Mr. Dow is acutely aware of the business considerations that often accompany real estate transactions and works to ensure that the legal counsel he provides his clients is consistent with such considerations.

Mr. Dow was named “One to Watch” in Real Estate Law by Best Lawyers in 2022.

 

Bar Admissions

  • California

Education

  • Loyola Law School
  • California State Polytechnic University
Areas of Practice

Real Estate | Real Estate Finance

Articles

Buchalter COVID-19 Client Alert: San Francisco Moves to Lowest COVID Tier in California, Begins Process of Reopening Non-Essential Offices; Other Bay Area Counties Slower to Follow
Buchalter, November 2020

On October 20, 2020, San Francisco County was upgraded to the “minimal” tier within the California COVID-19 tracking system, meaning it has the fewest restrictions on reopening all businesses as promulgated by the State of California. In order to qualify for the “minimal” tier, a county must have an infection rate of less than one daily new positive COVID case per 100,000 residents and have a positive test rate of less than 2% for two consecutive weeks...

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