Dwyer-Curlett & Co. shutters Las Vegas office

Illia, Tony
April 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);4/13/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 15, pP10
The article focuses on the decision of Dwyer-Curlett & Co. to close its office in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shelley Magoffin, the move resulted from the challenging market conditions and deteriorating commercial real estate market. She noted that they will continue originating loans in the state and service their 500 million U.S. dollar portfolio. One of the clients of the commercial real estate mortgage company is Thomas & Mack Development Group. Updates on projects and lawsuits in the sector are given.


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