solid foundation of trust. Because, once trust is lost, it is hard to get back. •

As much as you rely on your attorney, your attorney re- lies on you. We do not rely on investors solely for financial gain. We look to our investors to maintain their credibility, provide support and information when needed and to be honest with us. For example, as an attorney, I am not likely to make an investor’s file my top priority if the investor has a history of not completing his or her transactions. Further, it makes my job extremely difficult if I am operating on half-truths or no information at all. So, as you can see, trust goes both ways. And, it will always affect the type of service you receive. With that in mind, please remember that each party plays an important role in the process. Thus, you should build your team on a


Abhi Golhar is managing partner at Summit & Crowne Partners, an Atlanta-based real estate investment firm. Golhar and his team utilize a “value-added” approach to capitalize on real estate renovation, new construction and development opportunities in the Midwestern and Southeastern United States. Pavielle Dortch is an attorney fluent in investor-based transactions such as wholesaling/assignments, tax deed purchases, house flipping and general rental property investment transactions. She receivetd her J.D. from Northern Illinois University College of Law and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2012.

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