Texas Real Estate Developer, Property Owners and Condominium Associations Attorney
Common interest developments are now the most prevalent and fastest growing form of real property ownership in Texas and the rest of the nation. Commercial, residential, mixed-use subdivisions and condominiums have exponentially increased in popularity in the past several decades, which has led to a developing and evolving body of law governing their creation and the organizations that oversee them. Property owners associations (a/k/a POAs) are empowered by statute and their governing documents to impose high standards of community living, which is greatly enhanced by the guidance and of an experienced and competent legal representative.
A Trusted Advocate For Real Estate Developers And Community Associations
At the Firm of Rosemary B. Jackson, P.C., which has more than four decades of experience in community association and real estate law, relationship building with clients is valued greatly. Attoreny Jackson has been board-certified in Residential Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (“TBLS”) since 1990, and in 2018 became one of the first attorneys in the State of Texas to be Board Certified in the newly created area of legal specialization of Property Owners Association Law. She serves on the TBLS Property Owners Association Exam Commission, a committee of Texas attorneys who compose the questions that appear on the examination that lawyers must pass to qualify for Board Certification in Property Owners Association Law.
Rosemary B. Jackson maintains a devoted practice as consultant and legal representative to real estate developers in creating common interest communities, and she has established and served as general counsel to hundreds of property owners and condominium associations.
She is a frequent presenter of articles and webcasts regarding real property development and property owners and condominium associations for the State Bar of Texas and other professional organizations.
Ms. Jackson is a long-standing Commentary Author for O’Conner’s Property Code Plus and is rated AV Preeminent* by the Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating process.