Legal Considerations for Private Lenders CLE
Legal Considerations for Private Lenders when Making Commercial Loans Secured by Residential Real Estate Nationally



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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 6, 2020

There is significant guidance available for consumer loans secured by the primary residence of the borrower. Comparatively, there are generally few regulations regarding loans secured by commercial real estate. The gray area here are commercial purpose loans that are secured by residential real property. This practice area is filled with a patchwork of federal consumer-related regulation and state-specific loan limitations which can be challenging in practice.

Attorney Nema DaghbandanNema Daghbandan
Nema Daghbandan’s practice encompasses all facets of real estate transactions representing lenders and brokers, including loan documents for commercial, residential, construction, multi-family, servicing agreements, spread agreements, assignments (of all types), leases, lien releases, procurement agreements, intercreditor agreements and subordination agreements throughout the country. Mr. Daghbandan also leads the firm’s non-judicial foreclosure practice and advises clients on all default related matters. Mr. Daghbandan has closed hundreds of millions of dollars in loans throughout the country.

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2 General Credits

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  1. State and Federal Licensing Considerations
  2. Usury
  3. Late Charges
  4. Foreign Registration
  5. Construction
  6. Closing Processes
  7. Title
  8. Foreclosure Variances