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The Difficulties in Refinancing the CMBS Debt

There is a lot of anxiety among market watchers when it comes to the maturity of loan debt used in securing the mortgage-backed securities (CMBS).With the constant rise in property value and the convenience of accessing capital, it’s expected that the loans will pay off once they mature. 






The concern became evident when approaching the first quarter of 2016, and by September of the same year, the CMBS maturing loans payoff rate was at 75.6%. Almost 24% didn't make it to the cut, with the Morningstar credit rating projecting an average yearly payoff between 70 to 75 percent.

Developing a streamlined refinancing plan

It's easier for most people in commercial real estate to believe that with a creatively designed debt instrument serving as a refinancing tool, their loans would quickly pay off at maturity. It can be the only way of refinancing the current debt. There is a debt yield of 8 percent for maturing loans with LVT of 80 percent, which represents 51 percent of the remaining maturities, and it's high time for borrowers to find refinancing suited to pay their loan.

The borderline options

A well-structured high-LVT debt instrument can be helpful in CMBS loans with an LVT of between 80 to 85 percent. High financing is short-term and expensive, too, and can be projected on clients with appreciating properties. For loans with LVT of 85 to 100 percent, homeowners should consider whether the few years extension will provide a payoff or if they are worth keeping.

Beyond Salvation

Loans with an LVT of 100 percent are under the complex categories and represent about 30 percent of loans maturing in 2016. There is also no debt financing to curb such deals, and a sale won't work unless a seller pays more. A term extension would be considered if the loan is cut considerably, but the option here is for homeowners to release the property to a trust.

The mortgage brokers need to understand the options available for property owners with CMBS loans higher than the lending market rate before the loan's maturity date unless the owner is ready to invest a lot of capital to pay the existing loan. 


 



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