This is the second of two articles about counseling clients in acquiring distressed commercial mortgage loans. In the first blog post we discussed due diligence regarding the loan documents and loan collateral. This post addresses due diligence on the borrower and any guarantors, and due diligence regarding the status of the loan being acquired.
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There is no shortage of buyers anxious to buy distressed mortgages. The simple reason is the possibility of substantial profit if a loan can be purchased at a significant discount and there is a realistic possibility that the borrower or, if it forecloses, the lender, will be able to salvage the property. This is the first of two articles about counseling clients in acquiring distressed commercial mortgage loans. Bankruptcy, special assets such as condominium properties and UCC foreclosures are beyond the scope of these articles.