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REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS, EXPERTS WITNESSES, IME DOCTORS and FORENSIC CONSULTANTS.



Real estate or immovable property is a legal term (in some jurisdictions) that encompasses land along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings. Real estate (immovable property) is often considered synonymous with real property (also sometimes called realty), in contrast with personal property (also sometimes called chattel or personalty).


Executive Expert Witnesses:

Manhattan Beach, CA, US

Maurice Robinson & Associates, LLC

Hotel & real estate industry disputes between owner-operator, lender-borrower, franchisor-franchisee. He has been providing market feasibility services, conducting strategic planning analysis, and appraising hotels and other hospitality-related real estate for twenty-five years. This expert is a nationally recognized expert in the field of hotel real estate consulting. He has been providing market feasibility services, conducting strategic planning analysis, and appraising hotels and other hospitality-related real estate for twenty-five years. His expertise includes advising clients on dispute resolution, development planning, deal structuring and financial issues related to hotel real estate development and investment. 



Beaufort, SC, US

Gogulski & Associates, Inc.

Experts in construction, accidents, dispute resolution, claims, scheduling, delays, defects, standards of care, estimating, OSHA investigations, and litigation support.  Mr. Gogulski is a professional engineer with over 40 years experience in forensic consulting, expert witness testimony, construction management, engineering, and facilities management encompassing a broad range of project types including industrial, educational, historical renovations, medical, transportation, residential and government facilities. He is a highly skilled, seasoned professional with mulit-disciplinary skills that uniquely qualify him for the most demanding of assignments.



San Antonio, TX, US

B & F Experts

40+ years financial institutions experience including 17+ years as President / CEO / Director & 6+ years Mortgage Company director. 34+ years of loan experience: real estate, mortgage, warehousing, construction, business, consumer, international, SBA, L/C. Other areas: brokers, operations, fraud, check processing, lender liability, policies & procedures, compliance, fiduciary duties, officer/director conduct. 15+ years of leadership in banking trade associations at the state and national levels. 175+ nationwide cases including FDIC, State of California, banks & non-banks.




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Real estate or immovable property is a legal term (in some jurisdictions) that encompasses land along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings. Real estate (immovable property) is often considered synonymous with real property (also sometimes called realty), in contrast with personal property (also sometimes called chattel or personalty).

The terms real estate and real property are used primarily in common law, while civil law jurisdictions refer instead to immovable property.

In recent years, many economists have recognized that the lack of effective real estate laws can be a significant barrier to investment in many developing countries. In most societies, rich or poor, a significant fraction of the total wealth is in the form of land and buildings. In most advanced economies, the main source of capital used by individuals and small companies to purchase and improve land and buildings is mortgages -- bank loans for which the real property itself constitutes collateral. Banks are willing to make such loans at favorable rates in large part because if the borrower does not make payments the lender can foreclose, that is, file a court action that lets them take the property and sell it to get their money back. However, in many developing countries, there is no effective means by which a lender could foreclose, so the mortgage loan industry as such either does not exist at all or is only available to members of privileged social classes.