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J. Bradford Simpson is a partner in the firm of Davis, Pickren, Seydel & Sneed, LLP’s real estate group. His practice is concentrated in the area of commercial real estate transactions and secured lending, with an emphasis on government-guaranteed lending programs such as U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) 7(a) and 504 loans. Simpson represents a number of local, regional and national banks, and financial institutions along with various real estate developers in negotiating and closing complex commercial real estate transactions.
Simpson graduated from Brown University with a degree in History (B.A., 2004) where he also played on the Varsity Basketball team. Subsequently, he received his legal education from Georgia State University College of Law (J.D., 2007). While in law school, he served as an intern for Judge John J. Goger in the Fulton County Superior Court. Brad was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2007 and is a member of the Real Property section of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Bar Association, and the Atlanta Bar Association.
- Representation of national bank in connection with franchise transactions.
- Representation of various lenders on construction loan transactions.
- Representation of a number of Certified Development Companies as a designated 504 closing attorney.
- In each of the past three years, Simpson has closed in excess of $125 million of government-guaranteed loans for various local, regional and national financial institutions.
- Served as vice president of the board of directors for Atlanta’s largest condominium association.
- Representation of national banks on loan workouts, modifications and liquidation proceedings.
- Served as board member for Georgia Lenders Quality Circle, a non-profit government guaranteed lending organization.
- Continued representation of private university in connection with commercial real estate acquisitions totaling over $100 million.