Jeremy Deese is a shareholder in Winstead’s Real Estate Finance Practice Group and has been practicing lending and real estate law since 2005. His practice focuses on financial services, mortgage lending, and real estate transactions, including commercial mortgage lending, residential and commercial warehouse lending, loan servicing, commercial leasing and construction lending. He represents banks, finance companies, and other lenders in the origination, maintenance and work-out of a variety of loans and financings.
- Commercial Mortgage Lending: Representation of CMBS and other fixed-income lenders on commercial real estate financing transactions ranging in size from $2 million to $100 million, secured by office, industrial, retail, hospitality and multifamily properties. Jeremy has closed construction-to-permanent loans, bridge loans and long-term mortgage loans involving a variety of financing concerns including ground leases, sponsor credit issues, mezzanine financings, tenants-in-common arrangements, cross-collateralized/cross-defaulted, A/B Note and multi-borrower, multi-state portfolio loan structures.
- Warehouse Lending: Representation of warehouse lenders in the origination and maintenance of residential, commercial and agency multifamily mortgage loan warehousing facilities ranging in size from $20 million to $1 billion in a variety of structures including traditional revolving loan structures, repurchase and securities contract structures and loan participation purchase structures.
- Servicing: Representation of national and regional lenders and finance companies on servicing matters including consents, assumptions, partial releases, servicing transfers, workouts, forbearance arrangements and foreclosures.
- Leasing: Representation of landlords in the negotiation of leases for a variety of commercial real estate types including industrial, mixed-use and multifamily projects and involving single tenant and triple net structures.
- Construction Lending: Representation of national and regional lenders on construction loan transactions.