Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin, & Robb
201 3rd Street NW, Suite 2200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Mr. Salazar’s professional experience and current practice are in real estate, land use and development law, as well as municipal and administrative law. He has substantial litigation experience, particularly in eminent domain, in which his litigation practice is currently focused.
His real estate experience includes transactional work (sale, purchase, and lease of vacant and developed properties) as well as real estate development work, including comprehensive plan, area plan and sector plan amendments, annexation, zoning, site plan approval, utility extension, storm drainage and access considerations, and traffic, air quality, and environmental studies.
He chaired the firm’s Business Department from 2000 to 2008 and served as the first Chairman of its Environment and Natural Resources Department.
The Real Estate Law Practice:
Real estate and commercial transactions in New Mexico include a wide range of projects, from small to large, both local and national. Our attorneys have first-chair experience assisting clients in the planning, acquisition, sale, development, construction, leasing and financing many such projects.
Representative projects include residential and commercial development and financing, hotel and destination resort properties, shopping centers and office buildings, manufacturing plans, and alternative energy plants, ranches, mixed use projects and commercial and residential development in Indian country in New Mexico and throughout the nation.
Because of the Rodey Law Firm’s extensive background in real estate matters, we can take a real estate project from conception to completion — from site selection to sale of the completed project. We also handle project financing and complex mortgage lending and we can handle litigation that may arise during project implementation or following project completion.