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Much has been written about the position of lenders and owners when it comes to distressed real estate, and their trials have been well documented. But what about the other key player in real estate: the tenant? The process for a tenant occupying real estate that is going through one of the many phases of distress can be extremely challenging. Keeping up with the changes and notifications requires attention and diligence on the tenant’s behalf. Those who maintain occupancy through an entire foreclosure process, and are patient with the situation, can ultimately reap the benefits, including a solid lease deal.

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