Jeff Livingston

Senior Attorney, Banking and Finance
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4349 f 214.999.3349

Jeff Livingston is an experienced attorney devoted to making deals happen. His singular focus is closing the transaction and achieving the client’s objective. Efficiency and responsiveness are keystones. Jeff filters the noise and focuses the client’s attention on only the critical issues on which client input is needed.  

Lender Representation:

  • Construction lending – including extensive renovation and remodeling
  • Securitized (CMBS) loan originations
  • Mixed use projects
  • Loan portfolio due diligence review in connection with securitizations, including rep and warranty exceptions
  • Homebuilder and lot development financing
  • Workouts, modifications and restructurings
  • Mezzanine financing
  • Intercreditor agreements

Loan Servicer Representation:

  • Workouts
  • Note sales
  • Foreclosures
  • Sale and leasing of lender owned property

Developer Representation:

  • EB5 financing
  • Orchestration of complex capital stacks including mortgage financing, bridge financing, tax credits, mezzanine debt, EB5 financing and economic incentives
  • Hotel franchise agreements and management agreements
  • Construction contracts

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