Developers victimized by commercial real estate slump

Edwards, John G.
March 2010
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);3/8/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 10, pP4
The article focuses on the difficulties faced by real estate developers in Las Vegas, Nevada as banks and lenders demand developers to make good on personal guarantees. It quotes several bankruptcy attorneys like Lenard Schwartzer, Brian Shapiro and Tisha Black-Chernine. The article also notes that community banks have larger proportionate exposure than big banks.


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