Real Estate and Property
ARIAS, FABREGA & FABREGA's real estate practice covers the entire spectrum of real estate activities. In this area, ARIFA represents real estate owners; major developers; hotel, resort and shopping mall operators; construction companies; contractors and leading financial institutions.
ARIFA lawyers work in multi-disciplinary teams, pulling together resources from various practice areas (real estate, environmental, regulatory, taxation and corporations) to provide comprehensive services to domestic and foreign clients operating in Panama.
In connection with these transactions, lawyers in the real estate and property practice area have developed significant expertise in the drafting of various types of real estate joint-venture agreements; in navigating through complex hotel, casino, zoning, environmental, construction and property laws and regulations; in the drafting of land purchase agreements, construction and development agreements, commercial lease agreements, condo rules, and mortgage agreements; in property taxes; and in all sort of real estate financial structures from simple mortgage loans to complex international mortgage-backed bond issues and securitizations of mortgages.
Arcos Dorados (McDonald's), Banco General, Caribbean Property Group LLC, CB Richard Ellis, Chevron, Drago Beach Development, S.A., ESSO Standard Oil, Grupo Provivienda, Grupo Roble / Poma, Hyatt Hotels, Inversiones Moses Realty, Lagomar Resorts S.A., La Hipotecaria, Marriott Hotels, Merrill Lynch International & Co. C.V., Nuevos Hoteles de Panamá, S.A. (Sheraton), Regus,
Sitel, and The Trump Organization.
OUR CLIENTS SAY
Without a doubt, this is a good department and an excellent firm.
Chambers LatAm 2015
This is an excellent team and the quality of their work is superb. They also provide us with very quick replies.
Chambers LatAm 2017
Arias, Fábrega & Fábrega is the main competition in this market and its strength is its lawyers. They have a good balance between market knowledge and experience across diverse issues.