Boundary Problems and Property-Line Disagreements

Lorman

Your telephone rings, you receive an email and/or a potential client drops by your office. They want you to perform a survey of their property, when can you come to the property and how much will it cost? You ask for the location of the property and their contact information. You thank them for giving you this opportunity to perform their land surveying services and began preparing a cost estimate for your land surveying services.
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Supercharging Site Planning & Monitoring in Retail & Real Estate

CARTO

Using advanced geospatial analytics is allowing Retail and Real Estate firms to quantify the true economic value of each of their stores, uncovering surprising insights across their channels. With more than 7,000 Retail stores going dark in the US alone and consumers migrating rapidly to ecommerce, it’s becoming harder to justify keeping brick-and-mortar stores open.
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3 Steps to Construction Collaboration & Productivity

Procore

Watch this webinar to hear from a couple of tech construction maestros about: - Why construction is primed for productivity gains - Gaining real-time insights and a clearer picture of what's happening on-site - Saving time on the to and fro of paperwork, entering data and re-work - 3 steps you can take to digitise your construction projects for the better.
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LandVision Commercial Land Webinar: Quickly Find & Evaluate Property Opportunities

Digital Map Products

In this live product demo webinar, we illustrate how commercial real estate land professionals can use Digital Map Products' LandVision mapping solution to find, evaluate and capitalize on land and property opportunities.
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Real Estate Mezzanine Financing: Structuring and Documentation, Due Diligence, Key Provisions

Mezzanine financing allows borrowers to obtain financing in addition to a mortgage loan, but mezzanine loans add complexity, with additional documents, legal opinions, and third-party reports. Mezzanine lenders require separate consent rights for various actions by the borrower, and restructuring a nonperforming loan is especially problematic given the diverging interests of the mezzanine and mortgage lenders. Since the mezzanine lender's security interest is in the borrowing entity rather than the property, it must conduct entity-level diligence, including analyzing potential claims and agreements entered into by the property owner. Existing contracts and licenses might contain restrictions on transfer--the pledge securing the mezzanine loan or any foreclosure of the pledge could violate such limits. The mezzanine loan agreement should track the mortgage loan agreement, with mortgage loan representations recast to refer to the mezzanine borrower and the mortgage borrower. The mezzanine borrower and the mortgage borrower should be required to comply with entity-level covenants and property-related covenants. The mezzanine borrower's obligations are secured by a UCC pledge of equity interests in the property owner. The pledge can be perfected under Article 8 of the UCC. The mezzanine borrower's ownership interest in the mortgage borrower must be certificated so the mezzanine lender can take physical possession of the membership certificates. The operating agreement should also include Article 8 opting-in language. Listen as our authoritative panel discusses the nuances of mezzanine financing.
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