Investment Property Loan Are Opening Up Again!

Written By Brian Peart

In what I see as a very positive development for the economy, investor loans are beginning to open up again. I was speaking to a contact at CIBC World Markets and he was telling me that they are opening up conduit lending in a few weeks. That is big. As the Capital markets open up to lending, it will flow through to every phase of this economy.
Some conduit lending is already available. And the rates at this time are unbelievable. For apartment complexes it gets even better. Non-recourse apartment loans are now available with 10 year rates in the low to mid 4% range to 5%. This is the agency paper, meaning FNMA and Freddie and FHA. Loan sizes about $1 Million and up. Non-agency is once again available in major markets with NO Recourse! Loan sizes really need to be $2 Million and up for that product but the rates are in the low to mid 5’s fixed for 10 years! NNN office space, grocery anchored retail and class A office may also qualify for non-recourse loans at these same great rates. The important thing is that these loans are becoming available again. For a while, they were all but gone. With rates this low, it is an awesome time to buy investor commercial property and I have seen a big pick up in apartment deals in Atlanta and throughout the country. The larger deals are happening again!
And this past week, I created a relationship with an incredible private hedge fund out of NY that is focusing on the investor market as well. They will go beyond the major metros to any area that is a growing market. If the economy and property values are still tanking in your area, this fund will not be an option but for all major metro areas and sub-markets that are growing like many parts of Texas, North Carolina, etc. this is an incredible loan product. They will go down as low as $500,000 in loan size, rates start at 5.25% for a 10 year fixed, with a 25 year amortization. They will go to 80% LTV on apartment complexes and 75% on retail/office/industrial. And here is the kicker, they do NOT delineate as far as refinancing or purchasing when they look at LTV. So you can take cash-out on a deal possibly up to 75% LTV on retail/office or 80% on apartments. And rates in the low to mid 5’s! WOW!
As a result of all this, volume is picking up again. In fact, we are slammed with deals. And that activity will filter to other parts of the economy. Are all the problems fixed? Not by a long shot. There are still a ton of properties that are upside down and struggling and it will take years to get through all the bad paper. But with the bank’s willingness to sell and discount the notes, with rates this low and investors beginning to buy again, and the big capital markets opening up, the seeds of recovery are in place. For more information, or to discuss a property that you are buying or need to refinance, just give me a call. I can usually tell very quickly whether I can help you or not and with just some basic information, can get you an approval in writing in 48 hours. We are fast, we are nationwide and we are closing loans. Give me a call today at 866-4000-8630 or in Austin at 512-650-8630.
P.S. Remember, I have 10 year fixed interest rates starting at 5.25% from $500,000 to $20 Million on apartments, retail, office and industrial properties. Underwriting is a bit more lenient as well on debt coverage ratios and I can do refinances up to 75% or even 80% LTV on apartment complexes! To get more info or to run a purchase or refinance scenario by me, just call 512-650-8630. These rates are fantastic and probably won’t get much lower, the time to act is NOW. Call me today!
Wishing You the Best,
Karen Schimpf
Toll: 866-400-8630
Phone: 512-650-8630
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Here’s A Little Bit About Me. 20+ years in the finance industry, I rose to the level of Assistant V.P. with Chase Manhattan. While working for Chase, I decided that I wanted to have residual income without having to quit my job. I bought my first apartment building in 1996, three days before my wedding. In 2001, I decided I would leave the corporate world and work for myself in a net branch environment. My passions are helping people get commercial mortgage loans. I also am passionate about investing, working out and being with my family and friends.