J.D., Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1996
M.B.A., University of St.Thomas, 1995
B.B.A., University of North Texas, 1991
B.A., University of North Texas, 1990


Selected as "Best Lawyers in Dallas" by D Magazine, 2018

John E. Bloomer


Mr. Bloomer’s practice focuses primarily on sophisticated real estate, lending and commercial transactions. His experience includes negotiating, structuring and closing real estate transactions throughout the United States and Canada. Mr. Bloomer’s past ownership of a successful real estate company and his education in business uniquely enable him to connect with his clients from a business perspective. He actively works to meet client objectives, evaluating risks and formulating exit strategies to ensure bottom line success.

Mr. Bloomer regularly handles a wide variety of sophisticated real estate transactions for his local, regional, national and multi-national clients involved with various types of single-asset and portfolio real estate transactions, which include developers, commercial/retail owners, institutional and private investors and advisors, lenders, brokers, property and asset management companies, landlords and tenants, among others. He represents clients in acquisition, development, construction, financing (debt and equity), adaptive reuse, leasing, operation, management, disposition, and other matters. Mr. Bloomer has worked with a full range of property types, including raw land, master-planned residential communities, multi-family, senior housing, student housing, mixed-use developments, high-rise office buildings, hospital and medical office buildings, hotels, free-standing retail centers, restaurants, regional malls, shopping centers, and condominium regimes.

Mr. Bloomer also works with both lending institutions and commercial borrowers in the negotiation, due diligence investigation, structuring, restructuring, documentation and closing of commercial and project finance transactions.  His representation includes assisting banks and other financial institutions in the disposition of performing and non-performing loans and loan portfolios, which include negotiating, structuring, documenting and closing on pre- and post-debtor bankruptcy workouts and asset dispositions.  Some examples of loan commitments include acquisition, demolition, development, construction and renovation loan transactions, refinancing, workouts, mezzanine, equity and subordinate debt financings, renewals, modifications, permanent loans, revolving and term credit facilities.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Admitted: Texas (1997)
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • National Association of Realtors

Frisco Office

Ph (214) 472-2100
Fx (214) 472-2150
2600 Network Boulevard
Suite 400
Frisco, Texas 75034