Case Property Services believes there is substantial room to bridge the gap between borrowers and special servicers who are working out troubled commercial mortgage-backed securities loans as long as everyone follows one simple rule: put the property first. “The property will dictate the terms of the resolution,” said Shlomo Chopp, managing member.

The New York-based advisory company works on behalf of borrowers and sees a....

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