Chambers USA Ranks Wooden McLaughlin Band 1 Real Estate FirmDownload
Chambers USA has announced its 2018 rankings and once again Wooden McLaughlin ranks as a Band 1 real estate firm. We are one of two firms in the state of Indiana to receive this honor.
Chambers noted Wooden “maintains its longstanding reputation as a premier real estate boutique known for its sophisticated handing of commercial real estate matters.”
More information about the firm’s ranking can be found below or at http://www.chambersandpartners.com/.
Congratulations to these firm members!
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