Partner Kevin Kelley Shares Tips for Navigating Texas' Hot Real Estate Market with Law360


Law360 highlighted seven tips for satisfying top clients from experienced Texas real estate attorneys. Gardere Real Estate Partner Kevin L. Kelley discussed the importance of not only assisting clients quickly but also getting the job done right.

"There is a tendency in a hot market for people to get that panic effect," Mr. Kelley said. "There's a desire to get deals done more quickly, and in that situation you do have to sit down and counsel the client – on one hand to assist them to get things done quickly but on the other hand to get it done right."

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