We Get Real Estate Finance.
We can put together the documentation necessary to secure your investment.
Real Estate Finance & Lending Attorneys
The lawyers in Rosenberg Martin Greenberg's Real Estate Finance group represent lenders in structuring and executing real estate collateralized loans. RMG lawyers have the experience to ensure a seamless transaction for both the lender and the borrower regarding:
- Acquisition loans
- Construction loans
- Land development loans
- Permanent loans
- Bridge loans
Recognized as leaders in the market by both lenders and borrowers, and their respective counsel, we take pride in developing solutions to complex transactions for lenders that result in loans that work for all parties. We represent leading commercial real estate lenders and other associated parties such as national, regional and foreign banks, financial institutions, insurance companies, private equity funds, pension funds, loan servicers and more.
Real Estate Lenders' Counsel
When it comes to real estate finance, it is critical to have a knowledgeable partner with a depth of experience in the complexities of structuring real estate collateralized loans backed by single or multiple assets. Success requires customized, creative solutions that deals with the unique merits of every deal rather than relying on boilerplate agreements used too often in the industry. Because we also represent borrowers, including some of the largest real estate developers in the region, we understand what it takes to close a transaction with both sides satisfied with the process, the documents and the cost.
The team of commercial real estate lawyers at RMG also has multidisciplinary expertise including:
- Workout of troubled commercial real estate loans
- Enforcement of lender rights in delinquent loans
- Researching loan collateral and buyer payment history
- Structuring deals secured by tangible and intangible assets
- Loan modification agreements
We put our expertise to use to serve each client’s individual set of challenges at each phase of the process. Our real estate finance lawyers are leading regional experts in their respective fields. We provide counsel close to home in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia, Washington DC and Pennsylvania, as well as throughout the United States.
Value Added by a Commercial Real Estate Lawyer
The collateral that secures a loan is the lender’s main protection. Optimizing this protection requires industry expertise, intimate knowledge of the market, and the ability to be flexible with economic fluctuation. Partnering with a real estate finance law firm is the surest way to ensure proper structuring and execution of the loan.
The Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Finance group brings to the table a specialized and refined skill set including:
- Honest and complete assistance in the valuation of collateral, taking into account market fluctuations and both local and national economic conditions in the current climate.
- Determination of the full scope of all parties’ rights to the collateral.
- Evaluation of other risks such as the forfeiture of the property due to tax issues, title issues or illegal activity.
Your choice in legal counsel will be the key factor in how prepared you are before finalizing a transaction.
Real Estate Finance Lawyers in Maryland, Serving Clients Throughout the US
The lawyers in RMG’s Real Estate Finance group work to bring about swift, cost-efficient resolutions to both traditional and non-traditional financing transactions for the real estate industry. We represent lenders in the state of Maryland, throughout the northeast region, and across the United States. We take pride in developing unique solutions to complex transactions for lenders that result in optimized outcomes for all the parties involved.
Real Estate Finance Team
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