Amy Anker is an associate in the Real Estate Department.
Ms. Anker’s real estate transactional experience includes a wide variety of residential and commercial properties, including high-end luxury homes, multifamily, office, industrial, shopping center, retail and mixed-use developments. Ms. Anker represents owners, investors, purchasers, landlords, tenants, developers, contractors, lenders and borrowers in all stages of the purchase and sale, development, construction, financing, leasing, management and sale-leaseback of properties. Ms. Anker’s practice includes review and evaluation of title documents, including extensive covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) and complex easement agreements, as well as ALTA surveys and entity formation documents. Ms. Anker’s practice also includes negotiation and drafting of design, architectural and construction contracts for a variety of construction projects. In addition, Ms. Anker works closely with the firm’s tax and estate planning attorneys to assist in the structuring of intra-family transfers of real property and real property tax appeals.
Ms. Anker is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics, summa cum laude. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California Law School.
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