Yes, usually for commercial real estate
by jerry - 13 hours ago
Any business loan will require a PG. Unless of course you are a Fortune 500 type of company. Otherwise, there is no such thing as a non-recourse loan.
by nicolesdad - 13 hours ago
Yes, usually for commercial real estate. The loans are typically "overcollateralized" (80% LTV) but liability is limited to recovering the collateral.
by clawedlemew - 13 hours ago
no one in their right mind would do a non-recourse loan!
by luciousgreeneyedlady - 13 hours ago
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