BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Butzel Long attorney Thomas A. Kabel has been admitted as a Fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys, which represents more than 400 lawyers who are experts in the mortgage law industry.
Based in Butzel Long’s Bloomfield Hills office, Kabel is the chair for the corporate and real estate departments. He concentrates his practice in the area of commercial real estate and real estate related finance. He has been involved in all facets of acquisition, disposition, leasing, financing and development of real property throughout his career.
Kabel, of Rochester Hills, is certified by the National Association of Development Companies to close SBA loans, and for nearly 10 years has devoted a portion of his practice to representing Oakland County Business Finance Corp.
During his career, Kabel has been a part of several major development projects in Michigan, including the financing of the Michigan Motion Picture Studio in Pontiac; serving as part of the team representing the developer in its $190 million renovation of the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit; and representing the city of Detroit Housing Commission in its renovation of the Jeffries Housing project in Detroit.
Kabel is a graduate of Wayne State University Law School, where he was senior articles editor of the Wayne Law Review, and has a Bachelor of Science from Grand Valley State University.