Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, which recently established an advisory group that aims to work with borrowers to resolve distressed commercial real estate loans, is espousing a revolutionary strategy: get in early so that potentially troubled commercial mortgage-backed securities loans are resolved long before defaults occur. “Everyone knows interest rates are low today and everyone is anticipating a high volume of loan defaults in 2015 through 2017 as 10-year loans mature,” said Robert Ginsberg, managing director. “I’m a man on a mission trying to get the word out that it’s in everyone’s best interest to allow borrowers to take advantage of currently low interest....

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