Join other real estate lenders, investors and fund managers throughout Florida to learn how to navigate around the pitfalls of owning distressed Florida condominium projects and planned communities and ways to position the assets for future sales and leasing.
Essentials of Acquiring Distressed Properties
Due diligence, foreclosure and workouts, regulatory notification requirements, and methods for working with a receiver or assignee in possession of the property
Owning & Operating Distressed Properties
Successor developer considerations, such as warranty liabilities and turnover and control issues with respect to associations and seizing disputed purchase and sale agreement escrow deposits
Disposing of Acquired Properties
Bulk sale approach, registration requirements and regulatory/notification requirements
Missy Turra | Real Estate Partner, Holland & Knight
Nationally recognized for her focus on condominium and master planned community developments and acquiring and disposing of distressed Florida real property.
Peter Hargitai | Real Estate Litigation Partner, Holland & Knight
Currently leading a state-wide team defending scores of cases seeking contract rescission under the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act and escrow deposit disputes.
Noel Boeke | Bankruptcy Partner, Holland & Knight
Focusing on bankruptcy, creditors' rights, commercial litigation, workouts, foreclosures and receiver issues.
Melissa Nelson | Real Estate Associate, Holland & Knight
Currently representing clients with respect to master planned and mixed use communities including successor developer and warranty considerations.
Space is limited. Please RSVP using the link above by May 20, 2010.
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