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New Video: Insurance for Mezzanine Financing!

March 21, 2023 (1 min read)

A mezzanine loan is a type of subordinate loan that is indirectly secured by real property. Unlike a mortgage loan, which is directly secured by real property, a mezzanine loan is secured by a pledge of equity interests in an entity that owns real property and is governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. Watch our brand-new video to learn all about insurance for mezzanine financing from experts in the field.

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