Gregg Loubier will be a speaker on the panel titled “Breaking the Bank: Getting the Financial Deal Done with a Non-Bank Lender” at the 2017 USC Gould School of Law Real Estate Law and Business Forum.
This panel will allow you to get a 360-degree view of real estate financing with a nonbank lender. Topics will include: 1) regulatory developments and other trends driving the growth of non-bank lenders, 2) finding the right loan for the right project and what borrowers need to know about the differences between bank and non-bank deals, 3) how and why non-bank lenders tackle difficult projects disfavored by bank lenders, 4) typical loan terms, pricing and underwriting requirements and 5) tips on how borrowers and loan closing counsel anticipate issues and successfully navigate loan closings.
For more information on this program, please visit USC Gould School of Law’s website.
March 9, 2017
The Jonathan Club / Los Angeles, CA