Bouhan Falligant Attorney Rob Brannen Appointed to the Board of Habitat for Humanity of Georgia

SAVANNAH, GA, November 15, 2013 – Robert Brannen, partner at Bouhan Falligant LLP with expertise in real estate law, was appointed to the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Georgia.

“With Rob’s real estate law expertise and his personal desire to serve those in need, he is an excellent addition to the Habitat for Humanity of Georgia board,” Virginia Brown, Vice President for Habitat for Humanity of Georgia, said. “The organization will be well-served by his knowledge and experience, as well as compassion for others.”

Habitat for Humanity of Georgia serves the entire state supporting 79 Georgia-based Habitat for Humanity affiliates. Additionally, the organization fulfills the role as an advocate and liaison to Habitat for Humanity International’s central headquarters staff in Atlanta.

Brannen is recognized at a local and state level in the area of real estate law. He is Chair-elect of the Executive Committee of the Real Property Law Section and served as Chairman of the Ethics Committee for many years. He is chairman of the 2014 Real Property Law Institute that will be held in Savannah, Georgia.

A significant amount of Brannen’s work involves the acquisition and development of property for commercial and residential development, including entitlements, infrastructure, restrictive covenants and easements, financing, sales and leasing of properties, and association management. In recent years, he has spent a lot of his time assisting lenders and developers with troubled assets. Brannen has worked extensively with national title insurance companies to insure complex commercial properties, and handled commercial loan transactions for lenders and borrowers. He also performs home closings and maintains a residential real estate staff trained to handle the closing needs of builders, lenders and consumers.

Bouhan Falligant

Bouhan Falligant is a full-service Georgia firm of experienced attorneys devoted to finding practical solutions to client problems. Bouhan Falligant’s attorneys handle a broad-range of complex legal needs for financial, corporate, educational, small business and professional clients, as well as individuals, throughout the region and nation. Through 125 years of practicing law, the firm has developed the deep knowledge base and sound judgment that delivers value to the clients. For more information, please go to

Habitat for Humanity of Georgia

Habitat for Humanity of Georgia is a state support organization representing Habitat affiliates across Georgia. This independent State Support Organization’s four pillars of support are advocacy and awareness; disaster preparedness; resource development; and training/networking. Habitat for Humanity has built, repaired, rehabbed, or improved 800,000 homes since 1976 and was the sixth-largest builder of homes in the United States in 2010. For more information, please go to

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