Josh Imhoff primarily represents real estate developers and private equity firms in all aspects of the acquisition, financing, development, ownership, operation and disposition of master planned communities and mixed use developments throughout Texas and beyond. With two decades’ experience he has represented both developers and private lenders in various complex real estate financings, from hard money loans to convertible mezzanine debt. His experience includes the preparation and negotiation of purchase and sale contracts, lot sales contracts, joint venture agreements, entity formation documents, loan and other financing agreements, construction contracts, development management agreements, easements, and restrictive covenants, as well as commercial leases, ground leases, and even oil and gas leases.
Prior to joining the firm, Josh was a partner at two prestigious Dallas law firms. A native of Sherman, Josh returned to North Texas in 1999, after graduating from Duke Law School and spending a year as the law clerk of then-Justice Greg Abbot while he was at the Texas Supreme Court.
An avid reader and sports fan, Josh enjoys spending time with his five sons.