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Brad Broberg's practice focuses on real estate and finance matters with a concentration in securitized transactions. Brad has significant experience on both the origination and servicing sides of Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS) and other structured finance transactions. Among others, Brad has represented the largest special and master servicers in the industry as well as a number of the largest loan originators in the industry in portfolio, conduit and agency transactions.

Prior to joining Winstead, Brad practiced with another major Dallas law firm, and before that he was a deputy general counsel of a Dallas-based financial services company, where he focused on structured real estate transactions and agency lending. Over the years, Brad's practice has centered around all aspects of the business of commercial lending including first-lien, subordinate and mezzanine lending, intercreditor issues, preferred equity investments, workouts, foreclosures, assumptions and consents.

Representative Experience

  • Agency lending and servicing
  • Securitized transactions
  • Commercial real estate and lending transactions
  • CMBS loan servicing

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