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Contact

(212) 692-7377

reckers@dsllp.com

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Education

    • Hofstra University School of Law (JD, with honors, 1999)

    • Binghamton University State University of New York (B.A., 1996)

Practice Groups

Randy Eckers

Partner

Randy Eckers is a member of the Real Estate Practice Group. Mr. Eckers has more than ten years of experience in representing financial institutions, funds and developers in a wide variety of commercial real estate financing, structured financing and secondary market transactions. Mr. Eckers’ practice concentrates on the acquisition and disposition of senior and subordinate debt in the secondary market, including mezzanine notes and participation interests, GNMA and FNMA securities, participation interests in FHA- and RHS-insured loans, senior loans, loan portfolios, syndicated notes, and B notes.

In addition, Mr. Eckers has extensive experience in representing lenders, administrative agents and borrowers in CMBS, portfolio, syndicated, and mezzanine loan transactions as well as preferred equity investments, including multi-state and multi-property loans secured by office buildings, condominium units, shopping centers, hotels, parking garages, manufacturing facilities, multi-family housing and mixed use properties.

Prior to joining Duval & Stachenfeld LLP, Mr. Eckers previously worked at Greenberg Traurig LLP and Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP.

Mr. Eckers is admitted to practice in New York. 

Recent transactions handled by Mr. Eckers include the representation of:

  • A firm client in its acquisition of a $15 million mezzanine note, which is the junior position of a debt stack totaling $150 million.

  • A firm client in its acquisition of $30 million of participation interests in three $10 million mezzanine loans, which loans are part of debt stack totaling more than $5 billion.

  • A firm client in its acquisition of an $11 million note in a mezzanine loan, which loan is part of debt stack totaling more than $26 billion.

  • A firm client in its acquisition of $35 million notes, collectively, in a mezzanine loan, which loan is part of debt stack totaling more than $7 billion.

  • A firm client in its disposition of $30 million of participation interests in three $10 million mezzanine loans, which loans are part of debt stack totaling more than $5 billion.

 

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