Event: Recognizing and Managing Tenant Financial Distress
Recognizing and Managing Tenant Financial Distress
On Demand
Presented by Buildings and BOMA International


Current market conditions have commercial real estate managers hopping, as the credit crisis roils owners and tenants alike. In this environment, it’s important that property professionals stay alert to early warning signs of tenant financial distress—and be prepared to intervene early to protect the interests of the building owner. Check out this webinar, “Recognizing and Managing Tenant Financial Distress,” to learn how to detect warning signs and learn strategies for addressing financial concerns.


Learning Objectives
  • Early Warning Signs: What Should PMs look for, and where?
  • Strategies for Addressing Financial Concerns
  • Strategic workouts—options for downsizing, relocating, and otherwise working out tenant space needs


Dan Chancey serves as Property Manager at Grubb & Ellis Co., in Memphis, TN. He is a current member of the BOMA International Executive Committee and has been extremely active on the local and regional levels, serving as President of BOMA/Memphis in 2004 and 2005. A veteran of the commercial real estate industry, Dan exemplifies ambitious leadership, working his way up from Maintenance Manager to Property Manager. He is one of the founders of "Alliance of Tennessee BOMA," a recipient of the BOMA/Memphis "Member of the Year" award and an active promoter of the BOMA Southern Region Conference.
Tara K. Gorman focuses her practice on general commercial real estate transactions, including commercial real estate acquisitions and sales, hotel acquisitions, operations, development and finance, office leasing, various financing transactions involving lender and borrower representation and telecommunications and access matters on behalf of building owners and managers. Tara regularly prepares and counsels clients regarding real estate finance documents, purchase and sale agreements, property management agreements and a host of other legal practices.


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