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Real Estate Finance

Overview

Today’s crowded real estate market requires sophisticated and complex financing models — the kinds of transactions that don’t come with a rule book or fill-in-the-blank forms.

Loeb & Loeb’s Real Estate Finance practice helps institutional and entrepreneurial lenders and investors structure, negotiate and close state-of-the-art real estate financing and investment transactions.

Our lawyers handle complex, multiparty financing and servicing arrangements for the acquisition, construction and development of commercial, multifamily and hotel properties across the country. We also guide clients through commercial mortgage-backed securities transactions, syndicated credit facilities, multiproperty and multistate financings, construction loans, loan participations, intercreditor arrangements, mezzanine financings, transactions incorporating EB-5 investments, and other highly structured financing products and workouts.

We advise and represent a wide variety of domestic and foreign lenders and investors, including:

  • Commercial banks
  • Pension funds
  • Private equity funds
  • Mortgage servicers
  • Insurance companies
  • Real estate investment trusts

We also represent borrowers, including commercial and multifamily property owners, purchasers, developers, and operating companies in acquisition, construction and development financing.

Loeb’s breadth of acumen and experience in all areas of real estate gives our lawyers a market-savvy perspective and creative efficiency in each matter we handle. We know the sensitivities of today’s real estate market and appreciate how each transaction fits into our clients’ overall lending portfolios and tolerance for risk. We provide partner-led and business-driven counsel to get these challenging deals over the finish line, time and again.

Our finance attorneys also collaborate with corporate, tax, energy, bankruptcy, advertising, litigation and environmental practitioners to offer clients holistic solutions to help them navigate — and capitalize on — opportunities in today’s real estate market.