Lori Esposito is a paralegal in Nixon Peabody’s Real Estate group with more than 25 years of experience in the area of commercial and residential real estate transactions.
I coordinate, implement and assist in closing commercial and residential real estate transactions. I make sure transactions run smoothly by managing due diligence aspects (including but not limited to, purchase and sale agreements, deeds, leases and amendments and formations and filings related to corporate entities); drafting organizational documents, such as, corporate resolutions, consents and incumbency certificates; analyzing title commitment and property surveys; coordinating title and survey clearance matters, drafting title objection notices and negotiating title policy coverage.
I foresee that county and state jurisdictions will improve their Web-based interfaces to provide comprehensive access to recorded documents, filing procedures and property searches, similar to the ACRIS system in place in New York City. Although digital technology has improved dramatically over the years, it is still constantly evolving. It is my goal to always be aware of the most current tools available in order to provide timely and efficient service to our clients.
The Deal | July 15, 2021
In two separate articles, the publication highlighted the firm for advising American International Group, Inc. in the pending sale of a $5.1 billion affordable housing portfolio to Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust. Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Liz Young is noted in one of the stories for leading the NP deal team.
In addition to Liz, the NP team includes Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Dara Histed, Project Finance & Public Finance partner Carla Young, Community Development Finance senior counsel Jeff Lesk, and Corporate partner John Partigan, all of Washington, DC; Global Finance partner Amanda Darwin, Affordable Housing & Real Estate associates Julie Stande and Ali Walendziak, and Community Development Finance associate Nury Aguasvivas, all of Boston; Affordable Housing & Real Estate associate Emily Schwebke and Project Finance & Public Finance resident attorney Jacalyn Smith, both of Chicago; Manchester Affordable Housing & Real Estate associate Talia Burghard; Long Island Affordable Housing & Real Estate paralegal Lori Esposito; and Los Angeles Corporate paralegal Mina Gonzaque-Taylor.