Steven’s practice focuses on real estate and real estate finance, and the representation of buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, borrowers and lenders, and other clients in commercial real estate matters. Steven is adept at assisting clients with the resolution of complex real estate, conventional and alternative financing, and tax issues. Steven has represented clients utilizing federal and state historic tax credits to finance the redevelopment of historic properties. Steven also has experience representing clients in complex low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) transactions. Prior to attending law school, Steven gained experience in tax compliance and planning for real estate clients while working as a certified public accountant (currently inactive). His legal and tax experience make him uniquely qualified to both plan and implement complex real estate and real estate finance transactions with an eye toward potential tax issues.

Steven LarsonCRE – The Counselors of Real Estate recently published an article entitled “The Coronavirus, the End of the Cycle, and U.S. Commercial Property Markets: Early Thoughts.” The article provides excellent insight into the current headwinds that the economy and more particularly, the real estate industry, are facing from the perspective of an economist. Below is