Commercial Real Estate Financing 2012: Getting Back to the Basics

Practicing Law Institute


Real Estate

685 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105


Commercial real estate lenders are getting back on their feet, and borrowers still need to refinance loans or find new lenders. But more regulations and conservative underwriting are the themes of the day. This seminar will take a look at some ongoing workout and special servicer strategies to deal with persistent problem loans that are still victims of the last cycle. At the same time, it will explore how different deal structures and documentation are affecting how new deals are being done today. A faculty of seasoned practitioners will help dust off some basic concepts, and explore how real estate financing has changed and how that change affects the practitioner. The speakers will focus not only on securitized lending as it starts to revive, but also on joint venture financing, mezzanine loans, leasehold lending, and more.

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