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Podolsky Circle Retained for 3 New Receiverships

Podolsky Circle CORFAC International has been named the court-appointed receiver for multiple properties throughout the Chicagoland region. The three newest additions to Podolsky Circle’s receivership portfolio are located in Franklin Park, Melrose Park and River Forest, IL, and include industrial and retail properties as well as a portfolio of land assets.

Robert Dahlgren, senior director of property management, will act as receiver for the assignments. Principal Adam Tarantur (pictured) will oversee the brokerage side in select deals, as approved by the courts.

“Our experienced accounting and property management teams provide streamlined court reporting and serve as a single point of contact for our clients,” said Dahlgren. “For these newest assignments, we were recommended by national as well as local banking partners.”

Since its inception, Podolsky Circle has handled 84 receiverships for banks and special servicers.

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