Brandon is an associate in the real estate section of the Houston office. His practice primarily includes commercial and residential real estate transactions, including purchases, sales, and leases, and real estate development, including restrictive covenant declarations and easement creation, interpretation and enforcement.
He regularly advises clients on contractual matters, financing, leasing, title, 1031 tax-free exchanges, mortgage licensing requirements, mortgage servicing compliance, and restrictive covenant issues affecting real estate. He has performed and managed commercial and residential real estate transactions from both a lender and borrower’s perspective.
Brandon has advised and counseled financial institutions on regulatory matters involving Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and its implementing Regulation X, Truth-In-Lending Act (TILA) and its implementing Regulation Z, the SAFE Act, including its Texas counterpart, T-SAFE, and various other mortgage banking regulations and Texas law.
He also counsels clients on business matters such as corporate formation, reorganizations, interest purchases and transfers, and general operational matters.
While at the University of Houston Law Center, Brandon was a member of the Mock Trial and Moot Court Honors Society and participated in numerous moot court competitions, such as the NACDL National Mock Trial Competition where he won the Best Advocate Award.
- Texas, 2011
- J.D., 2011, University of Houston Law Center
- B.S., Political Science, Global Business, 2008, University of Houston