Monthly Archives: August 2010

When Civil Servants Attack

When Civil Servants AttackBy: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM You never know when to expect it, possibly because you hope to be proved wrong. And yet the moment you enter the imposing mid-century complexes and approach the counterperson for your appointment, the feeling strikes quick and strikes deep. This is no private, service driven enterprise you […]

Non-Recourse No Brainer

Non-Recourse No Brainer By: Nicholas A. Dunlap, CPM Commercial property owners defaulting on non-recourse loans? Say it ain’t so. Today’s Wall Street Journal highlighted a growing trend amongst over-leveraged Commercial Property Owners who seek to renegotiate or restructure their loans with banks by first stopping payment. Apparently halting payments on a $135 million dollar mortgage […]

Books Coming Soon

There is a lot going on in the world around us. The job market, the economy, real estate, the upcoming state election and the many unique trends and indicators that help us model, project, acquire and manage assets seem to find their way into our newspaper headlines on a daily basis. With that, there are […]