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Whether a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the suddenly dislocated capital markets, the end of the lengthy commercial real estate boom, or changes in the real property or its revenue, the property owner reaches out to the lender for urgent, needed debt relief. The owner is not nefarious, malevolent or incompetent and may have merely fallen prey to market or other — COVID-19 — forces outside of its control. The lender, which strives for a performing asset, an on-going relationship with its customer and repayment — not foreclosure or distress — makes concessions.
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By William (Bill) Lobel
Cyclical challenges in the economy are nothing new, and 2022 is shaping up to be that kind of year for business owners nationwide. This is likely to result in a greater need for the services of bankruptcy attorneys as business owners face a mounting wave of distressed financial assets.
By Steven J. Reed
While growth of the job market and the economy are the most important factors affecting commercial real estate, the emergence of historic rising inflation has its effects as well.
By Kelsi Borland
Almost every company is rethinking workplace strategy in the wake of the pandemic — and commercial real estate companies, which are office users in their…
By Stewart E. Sterk
In an action to recover a brokerage commission, the Appellate Division affirmed a broker's appeal of denial of its summary judgment motion, holding that questions of fact remained about seller’s liability for a commission after expiration of the brokerage agreement.