January 13, 2020
An analysis of recent transactions demonstrates, that contrary to prevalent opinion, prices of real properties sold under receivership, are not necessarily lower than their market value.
Adv. Erez Haver, partner and head of our Insolvency and Banking Litigation Department, elaborates on this in an article in the Hebrew edition of Globes, explaining why buyers are willing to pay more for properties acquired from a receiver and, where there still remain opportunities for a good deal.
Click here for the full article in Hebrew