Panel: Sector focus – distressed commercial real estate litigation and restructuring
According to Debtwire data, real estate was the most active bankruptcy sector in 2022, comprising 17% of cases filed during the year. It is expected that there will be an increasing wave of defaults and bankruptcies in the commercial real estate sector, with lenders putting pressure on property owners, hybrid work detrimentally affecting landlords, and rising interest rates being among some of the issues impacting borrowers. Our industry experts will discuss what is next on the horizon, as well as share best practices on how to be prepared given continued market dislocations.
- What are the key trends shaping the sector, and how has the pandemic, macroeconomic backdrop, and work from home phenomenon continued to affect stakeholders in commercial real estate?
- Is there an expected rise in both in-court and out-of-court restructurings related to distressed property assets?
- What are the opportunities for investors looking to acquire distressed real estate assets?
- What is the outlook for the sector in the upcoming months?
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