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Greta Goldsby

Attorney

Greta Goldsby has over thirteen years' experience representing entrepreneurial and institutional clients in connection with real estate and real estate finance transactions. Greta's legal experience includes all aspects of real estate, with an emphasis on acquisitions and dispositions of real property, development of real property, real estate secured loans, and commercial leasing transactions.

Greta received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, French, and European Studies from the University of Arkansas in 1998. She received a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law in 2001. She held the position as Staff Editor and Articles Editor at the International Law Review.

Greta’s professional and community involvement include:

  • State Bar of Texas (member Austin Bar Real Estate Section)
  • District of Columbia Bar (Real Estate, Housing and Land Use Section)
  • Real Estate Council of Austin; LDC 2012; Co-Chair Membership Committee; Board Member (Current) and Co-Chair Leadership Development Class Oversight Committee (2013-2014)
  • Texas Bar CLE – Advanced Real Estate Drafting Steering Committee 2015
  • Texas Rising Star 2013
  • Boy Scouts of America, Board Member Capital Area Council
  • American Heart Association, Circle of Red Member 2011-2012
  • CREW (Washington D.C.); membership co-chair (2006-2008)

Representative Experience

  • Financing (Lender): Representation of financial institutions in making construction, permanent and other loans secured by real estate of all asset classes, including sporting facilities, including mezzanine financing arrangements. Representation also includes handling complex loan workouts, foreclosures, modifications, and restructures of existing loans.
  • Financing (Borrower): Representation of borrowers in permanent and construction loan transactions secured by real estate of all asset classes, including hotel convention and conference centers, multifamily, office and retail including loan modifications, restructuring and assumptions, including CMBS loan transactions.
  • Acquisitions and Dispositions: Representation of developers, institutional investors, REITs and other clients in the acquisition and disposition of various types of real estate (including office buildings, hotels, multi-family projects, mixed-use projects, single-family residential projects, and healthcare real estate facilities) with an emphasis on the related debt and equity structuring for institutional real estate investors and developers.
  • Development: Representation of developers of multifamily projects, healthcare facilities, assisted living facilities, and office projects in all stages of development, including acquisition, debt and equity financing, construction, leasing and disposition.
  • Leasing: Representation of landlords and tenants in office, retail, and industrial projects, including development ground leases, medical office building leases, subleases, and workout issues relating to leasing.

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