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Joe Potente is a member of the Finance & Lending Practice Group in Winstead’s Houston office. Joe’s practice focuses on representing financial institutions in a broad range of credit transactions, including syndicated credit facilities, real estate secured loans and other commercial and industrial credit facilities. His experience includes representing lenders in financing the acquisition, development and construction of real estate projects, including lot development, single-family communities, multi-family, mixed-use, retail and industrial projects. 

Representative Experience

  • Representation of national and regional banks in secured financing and construction loans for the acquisition and/or development of commercial properties (mixed-use, multi-family, retail, and industrial projects) in several jurisdictions
  • Representation of administrative agents on multiple syndicated credit facilities with secured financing of multi-family projects across the U.S.
  • Representation of lenders in connection with builders’ lines of credit and acquisition and lot development lines of credit for sing-family residential community projects in multiple states

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