Zachary A. Schneider

Zachary A. Schneider

by Onyinyechi Muilenburg

Zachary Schneider, a native Houstonian, is a corporate and real estate attorney at Hirsch & Westheimer.

He represents clients in commercial real estate matters, including the purchase, sale and leasing of office buildings and commercial shopping centers. Additionally, Zack assists clients in forming and structuring new corporations, limited partnership, and limited liability companies. His practice also involves representing clients, both lenders and borrowers, in commercial loans.

Zack received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Houston Law Center in 2013, where he was admitted as a member of the Order of the Coif. Zack interned with the Honorable Judge Jeff Bohm of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, and won the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence in his final semester at U of H.

Zack enjoys travel, especially to visit with family in England.

  • Texas supermarket company in various leasing, real estate purchase and sale, and other corporate matters;
  • Texas based real estate developer in the purchase of land, financing, and construction of a $12mm shopping center;
  • Participated in the restructuring of a restaurant group;
  • International real estate investment company in purchase of a Houston office building for over $70mm;
  • Investment company refinancing an office building and obtaining a $25mm loan;
  • Federal Credit Union in commercial and Small Business Association loans;
  • Assisted corporation related to admission of new shareholders and in financing stock redemption program, and general corporate advising;
  • California based investment company purchasing notes and liens;
  • Sale of veterinarian clinic;
  • Family owned Texas winery’s tasting room lease;
  • Drafting of various commercial loan documents for Los Angeles based bank;
  • Purchase of various Houston area shopping centers; and
  • Real and personal property foreclosures for various lending clients