Real Estate Could Yield Much-Needed Liquidity for Educational Institutions
By Jeff Hubbard & Jamie Cote, Senior Managing Directors, A&G Real Estate Partners
Early in the pandemic, a think tank responded to the financial crisis facing America’s colleges and universities by recommending the use of a single metric to gauge risk at these institutions—liquidity. The Century Foundation’s basic argument was that schools should be ranked as liquid (having...
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Jamie Cote is a senior managing director at A&G Real Estate Partners. He has nearly 20 years of real estate sales experience, compiling approximately $1 billion in transactions nationwide. His deals have covered nearly every asset class, utilizing various structured and accelerated disposition methods. Cote has sold multifamily, office, industrial, hospitality, golf course, development, retail, and special use properties on behalf of major corporate clients, as well as trustees, debtors, and secured creditors in numerous bankruptcy transactions.
Jeff Hubbard is a senior managing director at A&G Real Estate Partners. He has more than 28 years’ experience in providing structured accelerated sales and capital market solutions to complex real estate situations, selling billions in properties across almost every asset class. He has represented debtors, secured creditors. and trustees in both Chapter 11 and 7 proceedings. He specializes in structuring creative accelerated marketing programs as a strategic workout solution between borrowers and lenders, in and out of court.