# 012048Drafting Financeable Leases
Leases and loan documents seem worlds apart, but in reality, the leases we draft must be compatible with the loan documents that govern the property being leased. Even when a property has no debt in place, the potential need for financing must be considered in order to keep the property flexible, and therefore, to maximize value. Our job as leasing attorneys can't stop at the four corners of the lease itself. We must be cognizant of the issues that make a lease more or less financeable and therefore be able to advise our clients whether we are drafting a lease, or reviewing one from a diligence perspective for acquisition purposes.
This presentation will explain the major elements of making sure your leases and your loan documents "play well with others."