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Jonathan Septer Authors Article on Next Steps for Landlords as COVID-19's Impact Unfolds for Finance & Commerce

June 17, 2020

Jon Septer, partner in Maslon's Real Estate Group, authored an article for Finance & Commerce, titled "Critical Next Steps for Landlords as the Pandemic's Impact Unfolds." The article explores three important steps commercial landlords can take to avoid pitfalls as the country begins to reopen, commercial tenants return to work, and short-term rent deferments begin to expire.

Jon has significant experience practicing in all facets of the commercial real estate life cycle, including real estate acquisitions and dispositions, commercial and agricultural leasing, title and survey due diligence review, real estate financing, and land use, entitlement, and permitting projects—with particular depth in the agribusiness and manufactured housing industries. Jon serves as general counsel to a broad array of clients, including several institutional investors, equipment manufacturers, lenders, farmers, manufactured housing community owners in connection with complex farmland and manufactured housing community acquisitions. Across all, he aims to add maximum value to his clients by focusing on their key needs, providing creative solutions, and delivering deadline-driven results.

To read the full article, go to: Finance & Commerce – "Critical Next Steps for Landlords as the Pandemic’s Impact Unfolds."


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