Howard & Howard PC
4820 Old Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
865-588-4091
Providing Legal Solutions for Your Business and Your Life Since 1996

Banking & Lending

Experienced Banking and Lending Attorneys in Knoxville, Tennessee

At Howard & Howard, P.C., we represent several financial institutions including banks, savings and loan associations and other lending institutions. In addition to general business loans, the transactions handled include construction loans, conventional permanent loans and commercial loans. Our attorneys also frequently represent borrowers, particularly in the acquisition and financing of real estate projects.

Our lawyers bring accuracy and efficiency to banking and lending transaction issues. Contact us online or by phone at 865.588.4091 to speak with a dedicated Knoxville attorney.

Legal Solutions for Tennessee Lenders

As a lending institution, you will need to ensure that not only do your practices comply with the law fully, they also help your institution to remain competitive in the marketplace. Having competent legal representation is an important factor in keeping rates low and your business secure. We handle the legal issues that arise around general business loans, construction loans, conventional permanent loans and commercial loans.

Experienced lawyers such as the team at Howard & Howard, P.C., understand how to prepare the necessary documentation correctly and cost effectively in order to save their clients' money, and help them keep their borrowers happy.

We have wide and varied experience in all types of commercial, business and real estate loans. Our lawyers' primary goal is providing lending institutions the finest legal representation possible.

Contact our Knoxville Law Firm

Our lawyers are adept at handling all aspects of commercial and real estate loans. Contact us online or by phone at 865.588.4091 to speak with an experienced lawyer. We serve clients throughout East Tennessee and the Southeast from our conveniently located office in Knoxville.

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