Commercial Real Estate Loan Documents: Current Structures and Negotiating Trends
Nonrecourse Carve-outs, Springing Guaranties, SPE Provisions, Cash Management and More
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide real estate counsel with an understanding of structural characteristics that institutional real estate lenders currently require in commercial real estate loans and typically negotiated terms. The panel will also discuss crucial court decisions that have impacted industry practices.
- Nonrecourse carve-outs
- Springing guaranties
- Cash management practices
- SPE provisions
- Reserve agreements and other credit enhancements
The panel will review these and other pivotal issues:
- What are SPEs in real estate financing—and how are they structured?
- What are the latest trends in nonrecourse carve-outs?
- What are the types of cash management practices available?
James E. Goodrich
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Mr. Goodrich handles industrial, office, retail and multi-family transactions for clients across the U.S. His work... | Read More
Mr. Goodrich handles industrial, office, retail and multi-family transactions for clients across the U.S. His work includes assisting industrial REITS, Fortune 500 companies, shopping center owners, and private equity funds in complex transactions. He routinely advises his clients drawing from his expertise in acquisitions and dispositions, financings, leases, and construction contracts, and regularly speaks at seminars and conferences on real estate matters.Close
Thomas C. Homburger
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Mr. Homburger concentrates his practice in the area of real estate financing, development and investment, and he is... | Read More
Mr. Homburger concentrates his practice in the area of real estate financing, development and investment, and he is particularly noted for his experience in sale/leaseback transactions and the use of advanced financing techniques. He served as an adjunct professor of law at The John Marshall Law School, where he taught a course in advanced real estate transactions. He is a frequent speaker and writer on topics such as sales and leaseback financing, commercial real estate leases and mortgages, and numerous others.Close