Nate Boderman's practice is focused on land use development and real property law. Typical engagements involve representing property owners throughout the application process and assisting businesses and individuals with all aspects of real estate transactions. Nate is licensed to practice in Oregon.
Land Use Development
Nate counsels individual, corporate and institutional clients alike, dealing with the wide array of land use issues that affect property owners. The issues include industrial, commercial, and residential development, land divisions, school sitings, site plan review, site permitting, and zoning matters. Nate's land use practice involves representing property owners throughout the application process before local governments, and in hearings before hearings administrators, the Land Use Board of Appeals, and appellate courts.
Real Property Law
Nate's real property practice involves assisting businesses and individuals with all aspects of real estate acquisitions, sales, leases and 1031 tax-deferred exchanges. Nate also has experience negotiating and drafting use and access easements, advising lenders and borrowers, and counseling parties engaged in real property due diligence. See Real Estate & Land Use Group page for additional information.
Willamette University College of Law
Nate is a member of the Real Estate and Land Use sections of the Oregon State Bar Association. He is also a member of the American Bar Association. Nate is a regular speaker for professional groups throughout the Willamette Valley, including the Salem Association of Realtors and the Homebuilders Association of Marion and Polk Counties. Nate is recognized by the Green Building Certification Institute as a LEED Green Associate — the first lawyer in the Willamette Valley to have received LEED credentials.
Off The Job
Nate is a Salem native and graduated from South Salem High School. He has travelled extensively throughout the world, having lived in or visited more than 20 countries, including many in Europe, Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific. He indulges in the joys and frustrations of golf when the weather permits. He also enjoys reading and exploring Oregon's wine country. He recently ran his first - and last - marathon with his wife, Ashley.
Nate serves on the Young Leaders Council for Family Building Blocks (current member of the Executive Committee), is associated with a number of programs through the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce including Young Professionals and Ready to Learn, Ready to Work, and has been involved with planning the Civil War Auction and participating the annual Ironman Golf event, both of which benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Salem.