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Commercial Real Estate Restructuring Revolution Strategies, Tranche Warfare, and Prospects for Recovery

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Commercial Real Estate Restructuring Revolution Strategies, Tranche Warfare, and Prospects for Recovery
Commercial Real Estate Restructuring Revolution: Strategies, Tranche Warfare, and Prospects for Recovery By Stephen B. Meister(auth.)
2011 | 257 Pages | ISBN: 0470626836 | PDF | 3 MB
How to plan for the commercial real estate collapse Encompassing apartment, office, retail, hospitality, warehouse, manufacturing, and flex or R & D buildings, commercial real estate (CRE) investment in the U.S. totaled $6.4 trillion at the end of 2008. As noted in the February 2010 Congressional Oversight Panel Report, $1.4 trillion of CRE debt is coming due by 2014 and half of the CRE projects securing such debt are underwater. Commercial Real Estate Restructuring Revolution: Strategies, Tranche Warfare, and Prospects for Recovery looks at how we got into this mess-impacts of the housing crisis, debt structures, lender-borrower collusion, and bankruptcy abuses-and offers possible solutions to the CRE crisis. Along the way, author Stephen Meister:* Discusses how CRE value losses are being driven by investors' risk adjusted cap rates, not just poorer market fundamentals* Discusses strategies and emerging trends in CRE foreclosures, including forced lender fundings, lender attempts to chill bids and UCC foreclosure tactics and pitfalls* Proposes legislative solutions and explains how any rebound will require federal spending cuts, a vast deleveraging and a market clearing processWith a crashing CRE debt market and the hundreds of CRE-heavy regional banks destined for failure, getting out ahead of the curve is essential. Commercial Real Estate Restructuring Revolution addresses how we got here and how you can plan for the impending crash.Content: Chapter 1 The Housing Bubble (pages 1-14): Chapter 2 The Bubble Implodes (pages 15-31): Chapter 3 Capital Markets Supporting U.S. Commercial Real Estate (pages 33-54): Chapter 4 Cre Values and Loan Defaults (pages 55-64): Chapter 5 Putting Off the Day of Reckoning (pages 65-76): Chapter 6 Tranche Warfare (pages 77-89): Chapter 7 Loans to Own and Chilling the Bid (pages 91-100): Chapter 8 Funding Cessations and Extension Fights (pages 101-116): Chapter 9 Bankruptcy Considerations (pages 117-130): Chapter 10 Multifamily Market (pages 131-143): Chapter 11 Governmental Actions Caused the Affordable Housing Crisis (pages 145-156): Chapter 12 Governmental Reactions to the Housing Crisis (pages 157-174): Chapter 13 Assessing Blame for the Financial Crisis (pages 175-188): Chapter 14 The Centerpiece for Real Reform (pages 189-201): Chapter 15 Other Areas Requiring Reform (pages 203-217):





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