Jackson Bush practices in all areas of commercial real estate law and government-guaranteed lending, including leasehold improvement, asset acquisition and real estate acquisition finance. He represents regional and national commercial lenders, as well as commercial real estate owners from many industries, such as retail, office, non-profit, hospitality and industrial.
Jackson enjoys guiding clients through all forms of real estate transactions, from complex property acquisitions to lease agreements and easement negotiations. On the government-guaranteed lending side of his practice, he provides closing services with experience in Small Business Administration 7A and 504 loans.
Jackson takes pride in being a resource for his clients. He strives to make each transaction as straightforward as possible, all while bringing strong legal skills and an up-to-date understanding of the issues facing clients. Lending clients rely on him to closely monitor developments in the always-evolving regulatory requirements that affect government-guaranteed lending so they can remain compliant and avoid complications.
Previously, Jackson practiced commercial real estate law, representing clients in both transactions and state and federal litigation. He also worked with the Associate County Commissioners of Georgia, assisting county governments with critical public finance projects, and was a legal extern for the Office of the Speaker of the House for the State of Georgia House of Representatives.
Drawing on his wide-ranging experience in and deep knowledge of the many different issues facing commercial real estate owners and lenders, Jackson brings a 360-degree view to his practice. He takes a holistic approach by efficiently resolving both immediate issues and longer-term, systemic problems—a two-pronged effort that helps clients’ businesses thrive.
Jackson enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible through activities such as golfing, running and camping with his wife and two dogs. When not being active, you can find him attending live concerts or at Auburn football and basketball games.
- State Bar of Georgia