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StackSource can arrange a CMBS (commercial mortgage back securities) loan for eligible commercial property investments. CMBS lending is typically a fit for loans $3 Million or greater, on stabilized office, industrial, retail, hospitality, or multi-family assets. Your StackSource capital advisor will be able to analyze your property to determine suitability for a CMBS loan. If so, you'll be able to compare both CMBS and non-securitized loan options.
CMBS loans are non-recourse (subject to industry standard "bad-boy" carve-outs), meaning the borrower is not responsible for the full loan amount out of pocket in the case of a default. This does not mean the loan sponsor cannot suffer a loss of equity on their investment.
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Conduit loans are pooled with other commercial mortgages and then securitized and sold to bond investors.
Single-asset, single-borrower (SASB) loans are a fit for much larger loan sizes, typically $100 Million or more.
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CMBS loans often have a very attractive “sticker price” for assets with stable cash flow. If a sub-4% fixed rate is all you need to know, you’ll want to check on the CMBS market for your deal. CMBS loans can leverage an asset up to 75% of the appraised value, which can be higher loan proceeds than local capital sources in many markets across the country, particularly secondary and tertiary markets.
There are several factors which will affect the rate of your commercial mortgage (loan for commercial real estate). While the underwriting practices of lenders vary, there are several key factors that will determine which lenders are your best bet, and how competitive your rate will be.