Real Estate-Secured Loan Workouts:The Borrower’s View by Douglas Van Gessel and Katharine E. Allen

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The author discusses potential loan workout objectives, strategies and structures from a borrower’s perspective.

The continued deterioration of the credit markets and the declining value of commercial real estate have created unprecedented challenges for commercial real estate borrowers. Given the large number of loans that are scheduled to mature in the next few years, and the general unavailability of capital, many otherwise financially solid borrowers may find themselves falling into default under their loans. This article discusses potential loan workout objectives, strategies and structures from a borrower’s perspective.

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