This up-to-date manual will help you analyze the factors that affect the workout decision, understand the pros and cons of each possible solution, and determine exactly what leverage you have.
The authors discuss the real estate market and why the current climate is allowing for the easier consummation of workouts. They define a workout and describe an investment analysis approach to the initial determination of whether it makes sense to foreclose. How to formulate a workout strategy both from the borrower's and the lender's perspectives is then explained, with specific strategies given for workout negotiations. Also discussed in detail are the following possible pitfalls that each side must address: tax implications, bankruptcy, lender liability threats, and environmental risks of the real estate.
Among the key issues covered throughout the text are:
* The latest relevant decisions relating to bankruptcy and their effect on real estate workouts
* Federal regulatory considerations applicable to banks and insurance companies, as well as recent accounting developments
* The evolving area of lender liability in the environmental context
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