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The paper examines the case of splitting
a defaulted mortgage loan on a commercial property into an A note that earns interest and a B note that earns a return only if the value of the property
increases. The B note is known as a
“hope note.” The paper shows that the current methods for structuring such a
deal often produce a B note that is
worthless. A state-preference model is employed.