In today’s episode of Passion for Real Estate Investments, McFadden Feldman Law Partners, Hannah McFadden and Eric Feldman, talk about real estate and law.
Eric founded the firm, Eric Feldman and Associates, over 15 years ago, doing residential and commercial real estate transactions. Around 10 years ago, after graduating from law school, Hannah joined the firm, heading up the defaults division. The firm was recently renamed to McFadden Feldman.
Why did Eric choose the real estate side of law? How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected foreclosures and evictions? Hear about McFadden Feldman’s document curation services, find out how the market is performing, and get a quick walking tour of Chicago.
If you want to get into real estate, or you’re an attorney looking to diversify, or you want to learn about the legal side of real estate, this episode is for you.
Highlights from the interview
- “If an investor has a loan that is conventional in nature, we’re able to proceed with foreclosure.”
- “It’s important to understand, follow, and stay on top of all the nuances that ware going on.”
- “There’s never been a more important time to have the right counsel and the right people dealing with your investments.”
- “A smart investor will know, long-term is always best.”
About Eric Feldman
Eric grew up in Evanston, Illinois just on the northern boarder of Chicago. He is the youngest of 4. He went to college in Philadelphia, lived in a few countries in Europe and in S. Africa, then went back to Chicago to work in politics. He then went to law school and shortly thereafter established EFA in 2005. He met his partner Hannah McFadden around 10 years ago and they just recently changed their firm name to McFadden Feldman Law.