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Vincent A. Tramonte, II

Vince Tramonte was admitted to the Virginia Bar in 1970 and to the District of Columbia Bar in 1972;

Mr. Tramonte is currently licensed to practice in both jurisdictions.  He received his B.A. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1970.  Mr. Tramonte specializes in the negotiation and preparation of land purchase and sale agreements; handling development matters; real estate financing including commercial and residential acquisitions; construction and development loans; and commercial and residential purchases and sales.

Mr. Tramonte began his legal career as an associate with a prominent Northern Virginia law firm specializing in real estate transactions, development law, and personal injury and real estate litigation.  His duties included responsibility for title examinations, clearing title defects, conducting real estate transactions and assisting trial counsel in preparing for and conducting civil trials.  In 1971, Mr. Tramonte was appointed as an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney for Arlington County, Virginia and served in this position for three years.  After leaving the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office in 1973, Mr. Tramonte returned to private practice and has specialized in real estate matters ever since.

Mr. Tramonte has extensive experience with a wide variety of development issues.  He has personally developed approximately 200 finished lots.  In his legal capacity, Mr. Tramonte has represented numerous national residential builders and developers as well as local builders and developers in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.  Mr. Tramonte has provided representation for clients in the development of many thousands of residential units ranging from single family detached projects to high density condominiums and apartments.  These projects have included major mixed-use developments with residential, retail, and commercial components.

Mr. Tramonte is admitted to practice in Virginia and in the District of Columbia.  He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, and the Fairfax Bar Association.