Andrew E. Skopp represents lenders, developers, and investors involved in all aspects of real estate projects, from multi-family housing projects to healthcare facilities to mixed use commercial developments. He brings strength on behalf of any of these parties even at the very earliest stages in a transaction. Andrew has considerable expertise in handling FHA-insured lending matters and low income tax credit matters, specifically, and affordable housing and community development matters, generally. Andrew has developed an understanding of a wide range of financing and tax credit documents and recognizes how they can be negotiated to reflect each clients' different needs. He is experienced in structuring transactions using funds from many different sources, including equity investors, local, state, and federal loan programs, and commercial lenders. In all cases, he assists his clients in addressing every transaction's unique issues so as to best secure their interests.
Andrew received his law degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1993, where he was Editor-in-chief of Wisconsin International Law Journal and won Best Petitioner's Brief at the University of Cincinnati Law School Products Liability Moot Court Competition. He received a B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1988, in both History and English Literature.
American Bar Association
Maryland Bar Association
New York Bar Association
Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating: Distinguished Rated