Lowndes Welcomes Real Estate Attorney Jack Demetree

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Lowndes is pleased to announce that Jack Demetree II has joined the firm as an Of Counsel attorney in the firm’s Real Estate Department. He will be based out of the firm’s Orlando office.

“We are very pleased to have Jack join the firm,” said Dan McIntosh, chair of the Real Estate Department at Lowndes. “Jack’s extensive experience handling real estate transactions and development projects for clients throughout the country is an excellent addition to our robust and sophisticated real estate practice.”

Demetree focuses his legal practice on advising real estate developers, owners and operators on the acquisition, disposition, leasing, financing, title issues, and land development of their projects. He represents both local and national clients on a wide range of development projects, including retail, hotels, condominiums, single-family, multi-family, and mixed-use developments.

A third-generation commercial real estate professional, Demetree leverages his deep understanding of the industry as he works closely with clients to transform their intentions into reality. He has extensive experience handling acquisitions, leasing agreements, land use and zoning issues, construction agreements, and other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, multi-million dollar transactions.

Demetree earned his master of laws in real estate development from the University of Miami School of Law and his juris doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida.


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