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Jennifer A. Powers

Jennifer A. Powers


Tampa, FL

How Jennifer Helps Clients 

Jennifer represents institutional lenders in complex commercial finance and real estate transactions. She has extensive experience working with lenders in secured and unsecured financing transactions and structuring, mezzanine and timeshare financing, maritime lending, construction lending, and multistate financing transactions. In addition, Jennifer represents large institutional lenders with mortgage and asset-based loans, real estate and equipment sales, and loan workouts and settlement agreements.

Jennifer manages syndicated loans, loan workouts for restructuring and foreclosure transactions, and loans secured by real estate and business assets, including inventory, equipment, and accounts receivables. She represents national institutional lenders in large scale homebuilder loan closings, as well as clients in assignment and purchase of loan documents and exempt renewal transactions. Jennifer is certified by the Small Business Administration and the National Association of Development Companies (NADCO) to close SBA loans (both CDC/504 and 7(a)), representing both or either of the interim and/or third-party lenders.

What Clients Can Expect

Jennifer has built her 25-year career on long-term client relationships. Clients know they can rely on her for efficient, responsive and results-driven assistance in all matters big and small. Jennifer’s clients repeatedly choose Jennifer for their lending needs based upon her expertise as well as her ability to meet tough deadlines and find creative solutions to almost any issue.

Outside the Office

Outside of the office, Jennifer spends her time with her 3 daughters-Kendall (a sophomore at FSU), Taylor (an 8th grader at Plant High School) and Piper (4th grade at Gorrie Elementary).

She is an avid college football fan and also contributes a large amount of her time to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, as a fundraising board member. Jennifer’s youngest daughter fought stage 4 cancer for three years and is currently in remission.

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