Start Date: 5/20/2019 9:00 AM MDT
End Date: 5/20/2019 10:30 AM MDT
Independent Bankers of Colorado
Real Estate Lending - How Developers Use Metropolitan & Special Districts & Improving Your Loan Collateral
9:00 am – 10:30 am MT
The vast majority of the metropolitan and special districts formed since the 2000’s are used by real estate developers as a financing source for their project. This information-packed session will detail how real estate developers use metropolitan and special districts as a financing source and provide tips on how to tap into this financing to improve your loan collateral.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- What are Metropolitan and Special Districts
- How are Special Districts Organized
- Developer Use of Special District Financing
- Improving Your Loan Collateral via the Special District
This informative session is designed for anyone involved in real estate development lending, including due diligence, loan collateral, and REO properties.
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MEET THE PRESENTER
Jeffrey E. Erb, Esq.
Seter & Vander Wall, P.C.
Jeffrey E. Erb earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver College of Law in 2006 and graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Science in Business and a minor in Geology. After law school, Mr. Erb spent two years at the Colorado Court of Appeals as a law clerk for the Hon. Diana Terry.
Mr. Erb’s practice focuses on the representation of special districts, local governments, quasi-municipal entities, and a select group of real estate developers. His practice involves day-to-day operations, formation, financing (including grants and loans), and when necessary, the consolidation of special districts.
Mr. Erb also provides litigation representation and dispute resolution to local governments and private entities through all stages of the trial and appeal process in disputes involving special districts, local government and real estate issues