GERSON LAW FIRM APC CAPS YEAR END CLOSINGS AT MORE THAN $230 MILLION

GERSON LAW FIRM APC continued to maintain its reputation as having the largest commercial loan closing practice for lenders on the west coast as it closed more than $100 milliion of commercial real estate loans during November 2012, and again in December 2012.

In December alone, GERSON LAW FIRM closed 20 commercial real estate loans which was at a clip of a loan each business day of the month, and resulted in more than $119 million in closings. Both volume and pace closely tracked its lender engagements for commercial real estate loan closings in November 2012. During the same 60 day period, GERSON LAW FIRM assisted lenders with loan assumptions and other loan servicing issues. As throughout all other months of 2012, loan closings and loan servicing matters handled spread throughout not only the western United States but throughout the country, including a loan closing for student housing in Oxford, Missisippi.

“We continue to maintain our reputation for the largest loan closing practice and loan enforcement practice in the western states,” said Gordon L. Gerson, managing principal. “We know what lenders need, what borrowers want, and how to get them to the finish line fast, along with value added insight on a myriad of issues.”

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GERSON LAW FIRM APC represents clients on all matters real estate and business related, both transactional and litigation. GERSON LAW FIRM APC is nationally recognized for its representation of some of the nation's largest lenders on loan closings, special servicing, and enforcement proceedings throughout the United States. GERSON LAW FIRM APC practice includes representing lenders closing loans under Fannie Mae's DUS Lending Program and Freddie Mac's Program Plus for multifamily investments. GERSON LAW FIRM APC represents major national banks, life insurance companies, and private funds in all matters lending related, including originations and loss mitigation strategies, for hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, multifamily and construction.