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LAS VEGAS-For borrowers who have retail property loans in distress, the time might be ripe for some serious negotiations with lenders that go beyond the “extend-and-pretend” that has been a mantra of the commercial real estate lending world for the past several years. Panelists at RECon, ICSC’s annual conference at the Las Vegas Convention Center Sunday outlined some steps that borrowers can take to show lenders that they are serious about curing under-performing loans—and the panelists suggested that banks may be more receptive to such discussions these days.

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