New Orleans Office • Counsel

Anne E. Raymond

Anne’s practice is dedicated to all inner-workings of real estate law. With over 20 years’ experience representing clients locally and nationally, Anne evaluates each client’s specific needs and goals in order to identify and resolve complicated business and real estate issues. Well-connected in her community, Anne is active in several professional organizations enabling her to provide the most up-to-date information and best insight to guide her clients.

The Latest From

Anne E. Raymond


Biography

As a focused real estate attorney, Anne assists her clients in acquiring, developing, leasing and financing, as well as workouts and foreclosures. Her practice also includes estate planning and administration of successions for clients having estates varying in size and complexity.

Anne’s intuitive nature and detail-oriented work ethic have helped her gain a diverse book of clientele.  She represents developers, lenders and owners in various commercial real estate transactions, asset-based financing, origination and refinancing of CMBS loans, and other complex financing structures.  Her client’s transactions include purchasing, financing, leasing and sales of office buildings, shopping centers, multi-family, condominium, and industrial properties.

With more than 20 years as a licensed title insurance producer, she is an authorized agent for First American Title Insurance Company, Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Chicago Title Insurance Company, and Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company.  She is well experienced in title insurance claims and resolutions thereof, other curative matters and the defense of real estate titles.  Her extensive experience is supported by her examination of thousands of residential and commercial titles.

Passionate for her continuing education through professional development and community involvement, Anne is a volunteer and member of several professional and community organizations. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Land Title Association, having served as President in 2014 and chairing its Legislative Committee since 2009. She is a charter member of New Orleans Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and previously served on its Board of Directors. She is a member of the Louisiana Bankers Association, and currently serves on the Louisiana State Law Institute Notaries committee.

Affiliations

  • Louisiana State, American and Federal Bar Associations
  • New Orleans Bar Association
  • Texas State Bar Association
  • Louisiana Land Title Association, Board of Directors, Legislative Committee Chair, President (2014)
  • Louisiana State Law Institute Notaries Committee
  • New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Title Attorneys, President-elect
  • American Land Title Association
  • New Orleans CREW
  • Louisiana Bankers Association
  • Bridge House Grace House, Board of Directors
  • Thérèse Academy, School Advisory Board
  • The NOCCA Institute, Board of Directors, Secretary (formerly)
  • James P. Raymond Jr. Foundation, Director
  • The Historic New Orleans Collection, Laussat Society
  • Mary's Dominican High School Real Property Committee

Speaking Engagements

  • "E-Notarization: It's Coming, Whether You Want It or Not!," New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Title Attorneys (April 2018)
  • "Title Insurance Endorsements and Exceptions," National Business Institute's program "Title Workshop: From Examination to Commitment," New Orleans, Louisiana (November 2016)
  • "Consumer-Mortgage Law: The Players, Procedures, Practices and Pitfalls," LSBA Seminar, New Orleans, Louisiana (November 2013)

Contact Disclaimer

Thank you for contacting Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard. Before you click “Accept” below, please be aware that communication through email or our website does not establish a client-attorney relationship between you and our firm. Please do not send any confidential or privileged information through electronic communications. By clicking “Accept,” you provide us access to the included information and do not consider it confidential.

×
Cancel Accept