Financial Poise™ announces “REAL ESTATE DUMBED DOWN 2016," a five-part Webinar series, premiering January 19th, 2pm CST through Thomson Reuters/West LegalEdcenter

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Financial Poise™ Webinars and West LegalEd Center are pleased to announce the January 19th premiere of a new webinar series “REAL ESTATE DUMBED DOWN 2016," designed to introduce attorneys and business owners to the basics of entering into real estate transactions. Host Felix Shalit of Sila Capital joins panelists from Levenfeld Pearlstein,Transwestern, RCS Real Estate Advisors, Lane & Nach and CRE Radio & TV to discuss representation of landlords, tenants, performing due diligence, syndications and valuations.

To enter into (or represent someone in) a commercial real estate transaction, it is imperative to understand the legal and business aspects of the deal and take account of the local market. This Financial Poise webinar series provides attendees with a solid overview of the issues one needs to consider when doing real estate deals.

Join these leading experts as they discuss- in plain English - the basics and latest topics in protecting real estate clients’ rights and responsibilities while considering their financial interests. Financial Poise webinar series are designed to allow listeners to participate in all, or just one, of a series of topics. Webinars through WestEdlegal center offer CLE and CPE credits.

The first episode of the series, REPRESENTING THE COMMERCIAL LANDLORD, (Register Here) airs on January 19th at 2pm CST and features host Felix Shalit of Sila Capital, Jeff Friedman of Levenfeld Pearlstein, Adam Nach of Lane & Nach and Howard Kline of CRE Radio & TV.

While it is the commercial landlord’s goal to maintain a good relationship with its tenants, there can be an underlying tension – while trying to promote a positive rapport, the landlord and its property manager also need to ensure that the tenant fully complies with its lease obligations. When a tenant fails to do so, the landlord must react promptly and in the manner most likely to protect its financial interests, whether that means working with the tenant to get “back on track” or recovering possession in order to re-lease the premises. Numerous issues factor into the analysis of how best to proceed in the face of a tenant default, including rental market conditions, the tenant’s financial status, the tenant’s prior defaults and payment history, the nature of the tenant’s default and whether it can be cured, the length of the remaining lease term and, of course, the landlord’s tolerance for litigation. This webinar will detail representing the commercial landlord.

Financial Poise™ ( ) provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact Emily Goldin at egoldin(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

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