Sander Ash represents private developers, institutions, funds, public REITs, other public companies and high net worth individuals in a variety of complex matters involving office, hotel, retail, residential, and other aspects of real property, including multi-state and cross border transactions. Mr. Ash also represents lenders and borrowers in term and construction financings, private placements, REMIC, and other mortgage bonds, senior, subordinate, unsecured and convertible debt, loan assumptions, and workouts; developers and other owners in substantial development and construction projects; and tenants and landlords in office, retail and other commercial lease transactions including bondable leases, sale-leasebacks and occupancy leases. Additionally, Mr. Ash serves as an advisor to buyers and sellers of direct and indirect interest in all major and certain specialty categories of real estate.
Sander regularly speaks at the Real Estate Lenders Association, with presentations including “CMBS 2.0 – The Current State of Affairs”; “Multifamily Roundtable: Healthy or Over-heating?”; “Construction is Back: What Lenders Should Be Prepared For”; “Are the Fools Back in the Market?”; and “Life Cycle of a Distressed Asset." He has also presented "What Every Real Estate Lawyers Needs to Know About Representations, Warranties, Indemnity Agreements & Insurance,” at the MCLE Conference Center and authored “Core Legal Truths Steer Successful Structured Financings,” in Banker & Tradesman.