As tough market conditions persist in New York City, many real estate developers are confronting financing issues and potential loan defaults for the first time in nearly a decade. Due to a series of factors, including a surplus of new supply, new tax laws that make buying more costly, and declining demand from foreign buyers, some significant projects are struggling and at risk of foreclosure. In their most recent New York Law Journal contribution, partners Todd Soloway and Bryan Mohler, together with associate Itai Raz, explore the common forms of debt financing and the particular considerations and legal issues involved when a lender seeks to foreclose.

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