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Commercial Real Estate Bankruptcy-What You Need to Know

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Howard Kline

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Although the economy seems to be improving bankruptcy is not something that will be going away soon. Bankruptcies happen and both good and bad economies and can result in, just plain old bad luck or bad management or both. Sometimes they happen from changes in a workforce or technology. Will increase consumer acceptance of online retail continue to negatively impact shopping centers and with many loans still coming due in the next few years, are we going to see a whole new round of foreclosures and bankruptcy?

No matter what your thoughts on the future economy, if you are a commercial real estate professional, you must know and understand how bankruptcy can effect commercial real property and the landlord/tenant relationship.

Join us as our special guest, Richard Golubow and I discuss the factors, law and strategies that you must be familiar with before a landlord or tenant files bankruptcy.  If you are a tenant, how can you protect yourself if the landlord files for bankruptcy protection? What is a real estate specific bankruptcy and when should a tenant consider this option?

If you are a landlord, how can you best protect yourself and insure that you maximize rents in the event of a tenant bankruptcy?

Did you ever consider that a tenant bankruptcy could be a good thing for a landlord or perhaps not as bad as you thought?

During this show, we are going to discuss many of these issues and give a detailed overview of what landlords and tenants can plan for an expect.