Madison Gardiner is an attorney practicing in the firm's Real Estate Practice Group.
Madison represents clients throughout the county in all facets of multi-family residential housing and retail property acquisitions and dispositions including the preparation and review of sale and loan documents, easements, deeds, restrictive covenants and other recordable instruments, title and survey review, title defect resolution, and analysis of service contracts and lease amendments. Within her multi-family practice, Madison works with state housing agencies and HUD to obtain buyer and property manager approval on LIHTC (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) projects. Madison also has experience representing local community banks in secured transactions, working with national banks and federal agency lenders, and drafting third-party opinions for closing.
In addition, Madison assists with district counsel work including reviewing and drafting easement agreements and conveyance documents for Florida community development districts (CDD’s). She also has experience with Florida land use and zoning approvals. Madison graduated from Stetson University College of Law where she served as an Articles and Symposia Editor for the Stetson Law Review, competed as a member of Stetson’s Moot Court Board at competitions in Florida, Georgia, and New York and won a Best Brief award in a national competition, and was inducted into the National Order of Scribes.