Christian P. Daglieri is the co-founder of the Daglieri Law Firm, PLLC and practices in the areas of commercial finance law.
Christian’s primary focus is representing lenders in the financing of multifamily properties through the various Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lending programs, including the Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting Servicing Program and the Freddie Mac Seller-Servicer Program. Christian’s experience also includes representing various lenders making permanent, bridge and construction loans for retention on their balance sheet and in their portfolios as well as loan workouts.
In addition to closing many conventional Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae loans, The Daglieri Law Firm, PLLC is one of only a few law firms approved by Freddie Mac as Single Counsel to close loans for the Small Balance Loan (SBL) Program. His status as an approved Freddie Mac Single Counsel firm is a testament to the faith they have in his experience, expertise, and his continuous delivery of high-quality work.
Christian has been asked by many of his clients to lecture on numerous hot topics and issues throughout the years and continues to be consulted regularly by clients on the ever-changing landscape of commercial real estate law in the Tri-State and other markets.
Christian also participated in Freddie Mac’s first invitation-only Legal Exchange event to discuss various topics in the multifamily sector spanning the full range of Freddie Mac loan products.
Christian and his team have built a reputation based on their ability to successfully, efficiently, and effectively close a high volume of loans while maintaining a personal touch with all of their clients and borrowers.
Christian represents property owners, developers, and equity investors in all aspects of commercial real estate. He has extensive experience in representing coops and condominiums in their management as well as procuring underlying financing for their operations.
- Member of the New York State Bar Association
- New York, 2002
- B.S., 1998 Rutgers University
- J.D., 2001 St. John’s University School of Law