Phillip Coover Featured on the Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow Podcast
Phillip N. Coover, Member in the Clark Hill Chicago office's Real Estate Practice Group, was recently interviewed for Kevin Bupp's Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow podcast. Bupp had Coover on to demystify and explain Opportunity Zones—the intriguing new tax incentive created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Real estate investors, developers, and other entrepreneurs across the country are excited to utilize the beneficial strategy.
Coover is an experienced commercial real estate attorney and advisor who helps clients find strategic solutions and maximize the value of their real property. Phillip is skilled in closing complex, difficult transactions. His background as a commercial litigator, business owner and licensed real estate broker gives clients a big-picture approach to corporate and real estate transactions, and acquisition and sales. He also handles litigation, including receiverships and other distressed assets, foreclosures, commercial bankruptcy creditor representation, business disputes and breach of fiduciary duties, and debt collection.
Coover is frequently called upon to speak on real estate and business trends including commercial landlords’ rights, creditors' rights, and receivership obligations and duties. He unpacks and analyzes commercial real estate trends as host of the Real Estate for Breakfast podcasts.
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