Dallas
214.745.5292 Direct
214.745.5390 Fax
ksullivan@winstead.com

Kevin Sullivan is a member of the firm's Real Estate Finance Practice Group. He has extensive experience in all areas of real estate finance. His direct involvement in client relationships and management of multi-attorney teams for the benefit of clients ensures a responsive, quality product on a competitively priced basis. He serves on committees of various industry groups and is a frequent contributor by way of both articles and speeches to new industry issues.

Representative Experience

  • Representation in firm's structured finance matters including closing of more than 5,000 conduit loans since the industry's inception in the early 1990s
  • Representation of various investors in large real estate projects including pension funds and international sources of capital
  • Interim and permanent financings of all natures including representation of national and state banks, savings associations and other institutions
  • Varied representation of developers and property owners including purchase and sale transactions, development, work-outs and restructures
  • Representation relative to all property types including retail, industrial, multifamily, hospitality, condominium and others

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