ANSWER: The Real Estate Practice of McKinley Group serves a broad spectrum of client needs relating to the acquisition, development, investment, financing, and divestiture projects. We provide real estate counsel both domestically and internationally. An integral part of our Real Estate Practice serves the needs of businesses and institutions investing in and developing real estate for their own use, including the development, acquisition, management, and leasing of large office buildings or other major facilities, from site acquisition and permitting through financing. We also have responsibility for the real estate aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Our Real Estate Practice provides practical and innovative solutions for investment funds and financial institutions that participate in the real estate industry as partners, investors, and lenders. Property types include warehouses, industrial, manufacturing, retail(anchored/unanchored), office, self-storage, car washes, golf courses, marinas, casinos, raw land for commercial development, multifamily apartments, hotels, motels, condominiums, strip malls, gas stations, farms, ranches, rural properties, resorts, restaurants, non-income-producing properties, special-use properties, etc. We can arrange quick funds for purchase/acquisition of properties for rehabbing and sale, working capital for new construction and development, refinance(with/without cashout), to seize a good business opportunity where the transaction speed is important, etc. We can also arrange infrastructure project finance for power plants, cement plants, airports, railroads, telecommunications, highways, ports, bridges, ethanol plants, oil and gas refineries, government-guaranteed projects, etc.