Loan Parameters

Leverage:

Up to 80% on multi-family properties.
Up to 75% for all other asset types.

Loan size:

$5 million and above.

Recourse:

Non-recourse with standard carve-outs.

Property types:

All major asset types including but not limited to multi-family, retail, office, industrial, etc.

Term length:

Up to 10 years.

Interest only:

Up to 10 years is available.

Locations:

Nationwide in the United States.

Amortization:

Up to 30 years.

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A rise in interest rates can significantly impact the debt service coverage for commercial real estate mortgages. Debt service coverage is a measure of a property's ability to generate enough income to cover its debt payments. When interest rates increase, the amount of debt service payments also increases, which can make it more difficult for a property to generate enough income to cover its debt.

It is important for commercial real estate investors tounderstand the key formulas and metrics that are used to assess the financing of a property. The net operating income (NOI) is a measure of a property's profitability and is calculated by subtracting the property's operating expenses from its gross income. The formula for NOI is:

NOI = Gross Income - Operating Expenses

Debt service is the total amount of money required to payoff a loan over a certain period of time. It is typically calculated on amonthly basis and includes both principal and interest payments. The formula for debt service is:

Debt Service = Principal Payment + Interest Payment

Loan-to-Value (LTV) is a measure of the amount of debt ona property compared to its value. It is calculated by dividing the loan amount by the property value and expressing the result as a percentage. The formula for LTV is:

LTV = Loan Amount / Property Value

Most commercial mortgages require a debt service coverageratio (DSCR) of at least 1.25x. This means that the property's NOI must be atleast 1.25 times greater than the debt service on the loan. The formula forDSCR is:

DSCR = NOI / Debt Service

It is important to note that a rise in interest rates does not necessarily limit the leverage or LTV for a commercial real estatemortgage. LTV is a measure of the amount of debt on a property compared to its value. While a high interest rate environment may make it more difficult toobtain financing, it does not necessarily limit the amount of debt that can be taken on.

In conclusion, a rise in interest rates can impact the debt service coverage for commercial real estate mortgages. Working with an experienced team that has the expertise to close loans of various sizes and a variety of property types can help provide execution and find the best financing options in a high interest rate environment. This can include options such as bridge loans, multifamily property loans, commercial property loans,and commercial loans, as well as apartment building financing, hotel financing,and property financing. It is also important for commercial real estate investors to understand the key formulas and metrics that are used to assessthe financing of a property, including the NOI, debt service, and LTV. Understanding these metrics can help investors make informed decisions abouttheir financing options in a high interest rate environment.

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