The Challenge Continues: Approaching your Mortgage Lender Webinar
Recorded On: 01/12/2021
COVID-19 continues to cause revenue challenges for many businesses, leaving building owners with reduced cash flows to fulfill their mortgage loan obligations. Are mortgage lenders still willing to offer forbearance agreements and other loan modifications to borrowers to avoid the possibility of defaults by their borrowers? Attorney George A. Pincus, Esq., of Stearns Weaver Miller, P.A., will provide an update following his April 2020 webinar and discuss any changes in the last 10 months. He will provide expert guidance about the considerations to keep in mind during discussions with a lender and advise how to document any forbearance or loan modification agreements.
George Pincus, Esq., Attorney, Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler, Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.
Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.
- George Pincus is a Shareholder in the Real Estate Department at Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A. His practice focuses on office, industrial, retail and build-to-suit leasing, real estate finance and loan work-outs, acquisition and sale transactions and real estate private equity matters, including the formation of real estate investment funds and negotiation of joint venture agreements.
- Has over 30 years of commercial real estate experience and has counseled clients through distress events in numerous real estate down cycles, dating back to the days of the RTC through the 2007-2008 downturn.
- Well versed in representing landlords, tenants, lenders, borrower, buyers, sellers, funds and investors in real estate and private equity transactions, Pincus is a solution-driven attorney who recognizes the importance of getting deals closed for his clients.
- Pincus has been actively involved with NAIOP for many years and has served in a variety of leadership positions in NAIOP's local, state and national organizations.
- Pincus has published a number of articles on commercial leasing topics. He is often asked to participate as an instructor in continuing education programs sponsored by the Florida Bar, NAIOP, IREM and other real estate professional organizations.