Hotel Mead stays open after foreclosure

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on February 15, 2011

Earlier this month, Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin went into foreclosure.  Despite this, hotel officials say that the business will remain operating and open for customers while executives look for a buyer.

The hotel’s owner, W R Hotel Properties, worked with WoodTrust Bank for more than a month to come to a deal that would allow the hotel to continue operating even if it went into foreclosure.  Under the agreement, WoodTrust Bank is authorized to manage the property and its sale.

Wisconsin Rapids Finance and Property Committee Chairwoman and City Council President Jean Young stated, “We are working with the bank and any prospective (buyers), so the city gets what we’re owed–but in a way to make sure the hotel does not go dark.”

If you or someone you know needs help negotiating and defending a foreclosure in Milwaukee, contact the Milwaukee foreclosure defense attorneys of DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC today at 414-377-0518 to set up an appointment to meet with us.

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