Funding the Gap: Five Important Considerations in Mezzanine Lending

, New York Law Journal


Bracewell & Giuliani partners Ron. I. Erlichman and Kristen V. Campana, and associate Alexis Brodie, write: Mezzanine loans have become, and will remain for the immediate future, a critical component to the financing and capitalization structure of real estate projects. As lenders venture into the mezzanine world once again, there are several important aspects of such transactions that they should consider.

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