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Richard S. Fries

Today’s distressed real estate loan is a complicated affair, with many diverse parties pursuing objectives and interests quite different and more complex from those just a few years ago. Layer upon layer of debt—real estate, mezzanine, preferred equity—have become the norm; lenders and investors have competing interests and remedies; relationships among lenders (some “in the money” and some not) have become as important, contentious and sophisticated as relationships between mortgage lenders and borrowers of real estate down cycles past.

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