Joe Langston understands the complexities of commercial lending and loan servicing, and clients depend on him to efficiently work on many types of transactions.
He concentrates on national representation of lenders in commercial real estate transactions, including the originating, servicing, restructuring, selling, and financing of clients’ real estate loans (including both fixed and floating rate platforms, CMBS, permanent loans, bridge loans, repurchase line transactions, structured finance, loan sales, loan assumptions and loan modifications) with respect to all types of commercial real estate, including condominiums, retail, offices/industrial, mixed-use, multi-family, hotels, and manufactured homes. Joe also works to help originating lenders place loans into CLOs and onto repurchase lines and similar financing arrangements. Joe works diligently to structure, document and close complex financing transactions for his clients, taking proactive steps to keep transactions moving forward and assembling the appropriate legal team needed to close deals in an efficient and timely manner. Joe has also advised clients on development and maintenance of legal processes, new loan programs, form loan documents and other loan program issues.
- Closed a $40 million loan secured by a Texas mixed use office/industrial facility for a bridge lender
- Represented servicer in the assumption, consent, and modification of a $1.25 billion CMBS loan secured by on office property in New York, New York
- Closed a $12.5 million purchase of a B-Note secured by a multi-use retail and residential development in Los Angeles, California
- Represented bridge lender in closing a $19 million loan secured by multiple apartment complexes in Santa Barbara, California
- Represented buyer in connection with the purchase of a $10,000,000 mezzanine loan
- Closed a $30 million loan secured by a New Jersey office building for a bridge lender
- Represented multiple originating lenders in connection with numerous repurchase line transactions and originating lender compliance with applicable repurchase line loan documents.