Sharp minds. Sharp deals.
For many years, Horack Talley lawyers have represented local, regional and national banks and other financial institutions in the documentation, negotiation and closing of a variety of commercial lending transactions.
Clients come to us for help with real estate acquisition, development, construction, permanent loans and revolving line of credit facilities.
Our services include:
- Due diligence
- Extension, modification and restructuring of existing credit facilities
- Assistance with structuring deed in lieu of foreclosure transactions
- Assistance with preparation of loan sale agreements from initial drafting of agreements through the closing of the loan sale
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