The team at Wilson Cribbs + Goren is purpose-driven, and united by passion, commitment and focus on real estate.
All attorneys with our firm are hired specifically because of their passion for and connections to real estate. Commitment to the vision of our clients is what drives us. Our focus is to have a positive impact on every deal, collaborating with our clients to activate complex real estate transactions.
Since 1985, we have been challenging the traditional role of attorneys in real estate transactions. We understand that attorneys need to do more than just spot issues – the best attorneys understand how to protect their client’s interests and still be a catalyst to the transaction.
OUR STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Every attorney working with our firm is committed to our Statement of Purpose:
- To build a dynamic and successful law firm that is wholly focused on the business of real estate.
- To establish and cultivate a culture of enthusiasm, integrity and excellence in the practice of real estate law.
- To create real value by working with our clients to develop creative solutions to complex business problems.
We understand the business of real estate, which enables us to provide a higher level of legal representation. Our attorneys are active in many real estate industry organizations such as:
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- The Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute (CCIM)
- National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP)
- Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)
- Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals (ACRP)
- Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
- Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR)
Our firm is a frequent and high-level sponsor of a variety of notable real estate industry seminars and events. We often participate as speakers, moderators and panelists at real estate industry educational functions. We are the longest continuous sponsor of CCIM in Houston. Reid Wilson is a former District Counsel Chair for ULI-Houston and Chair of the Governance Committee. Anthony Marré is a member of the Advisory Board for ULI-Houston.