Bradley W. Hogreve
Real Estate, Banking, Corporations
Brad Hogreve’s practice involves most aspects of commercial and residential real estate and the representation of financial institutions including loan transactions, collections, foreclosures, and workouts. Brad’s practice includes the negotiation of commercial landlord/tenant transactions and the preparation of leases. He also represents parties in the formation of various business entities and in the sale or acquisition of a business.
In 1986, Bradley W. Hogreve became a member of the Florida Bar Association. In 1992 he was designated by The Florida Bar as a Board Certified Real Estate Attorney, the highest level of recognition a member of the Florida Bar Association can obtain in real estate. Brad has an AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating, the highest rating designation available.
Professional Memberships & Committees
- Florida and Sarasota Bar Associations including chairing the Real Estate Section of the Sarasota Bar Association for two terms and serving on the Joint Attorney-Realtor Committee
- Former member of Out of State Practitioners Section and the Solo and Small Firm Section of The Florida Bar
- Member of The Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar
- Member Florida Association of Realtors
- Currently serves as an advisory attorney with the Scope Council Professional Experience (SCOPE) program of the Florida Bar which offers assistance to other attorneys requiring expertise in real estate matters
- Active member of the Sarasota-Bradenton Attorney’s Real Estate Council
- Board of Directors Mental Health Community Center
Brad was born in Cook County, Illinois, northwest of Chicago. Brad moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to attend the University of Tulsa where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tulsa in 1981 and his Juris Doctorate in 1984. After practicing in Tulsa for several years, he moved to Sarasota in 1987.