Gregory Dolinajec is an experienced result-oriented professional with a background in all aspects of the real estate industry. He is a member of the Oregon and California Bar Associations, and is also a licensed Principal Real Estate Broker in Oregon. He has a comprehensive knowledge of the real estate laws and administrative regulations that impact all aspects of the real estate industry.
Mr. Dolinajec is experienced in real estate finance, construction law, condominium development, multi-family development, convenience center development, restaurant development, purchase and sale agreements, commercial leasing, planned communities, municipal planning, mortgage lending, and agricultural property. He has a wealth of experience in negotiating with the many varieties of people involved in the real estate industry.
Mr. Dolinajec was in private practice of law in San Francisco, California from 1978 until 1992. During this period, he represented real estate investors, brokers, developers, syndicators, and property managers. He was also General Counsel to a regional Restaurant Company and was responsible for site acquisition agreements, commercial leases and construction agreements.
Mr. Dolinajec was also the principal owner and manager of a vineyard company that owned and operated approximately 350 acres of vineyard property in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties in California. He was responsible for agricultural land acquisition, financing, grape sales agreements, agricultural liens and he acquired a basic knowledge of viticulture.
From 1992 to the present, Mr. Dolinajec has been in the private practice of law in Portland, Oregon. He represents real estate investors, developers, landlords, tenants, home owner associations, contractors, financial institutions, brokers and individuals. He has significant experience with the Oregon condominium development process including negotiating complex work out plans for troubled projects.
Mr. Dolinajec has developed numerous condominium projects including new construction as well as the conversion of vintage and historic properties. As a consultant, Mr. Dolinajec has helped many clients through both the legal and business entanglements that accompany projects of all kinds.
Mr. Dolinajec graduated from the University of California Berkeley and was made a member of Phi Beta Kappa upon graduation. He attended graduate school at the University of Michigan. He obtained his law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California Berkeley.