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Owners of multifamily, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals have long preferred traditional bank lenders over FHA-based financing.  The usual reason is the difficulty and frustration of dealing with FHA versus the relative ease of dealing with sophisticated lenders.  Due to the changes from the real estate market crash, the wave of bank consolidations, and the reluctance of the remaining banks to return to lending, owners should reexamine their traditional views of FHA financing. 
Traditional financial institutions no longer securitize senior multifamily and health care loans, thereby eliminating the availability of conduit financing for these projects.  We have not yet seen the end of the foreclosure crisis and if banks incur addition losses, bank financing for these types of projects will be almost impossible to obtain.  

FHA, on the other hand, has improved its process dramatically.  FHA-based financing has always offered several significant advantages over traditional bank and conduit lending sources if one was willing to deal with the red tape.  Much of that red tape has now been removed or streamlined and programs to finance hospitals have been added.  The most obvious advantage to FHA is continued credit availability that is unaffected by the subprime fiasco.  Additional advantages are lower fixed rates, nonrecourse loans, and long-term fully-amortizing debt.

FHA loans do not contain the numerous covenants contained in traditional lending documents and specifically do not contain a debt service coverage requirement.  As markets evolve and Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement methodologies are revised, a manager’s ability to maintain a stable and predictable debt service coverage is continually challenged.  FHA-based financing will prove especially valuable.

Our principal business is providing FHA-based refinancing for multifamily, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.  We pride ourselves on our ability to restructure traditional debt into FHA-based debt and working with owners to develop a program using both traditional and FHA-based financing.  Let us help you with your financial needs.  Please contact us at your earliest convenience.

Charles Kendall 773-259-7074

Scott Kendall 847-903-7578

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Record low #Apartment #Loan #apartmentLender #Apartment Loan

 to safety interest rates go down as  money flocks to safety of US treasuries 

As rumors of LEFTIST gaining popularity in Greece over REVOLT OVER AUSTERITY 
everyone buys US currency and stashes it in their pillow. THE normal suspects go down as dollar gains in value oil, interest rates and stocks go down on fright to safety moves

Stocks fell sharply Wednesday as worries about Europe's debt, specifically the Spanish banking system,again shook confidence.
Investors flooded into U.S. Treasuries, raising prices and pushing the yield on the benchmark 10-year note down to a record low of 1.656%.
The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) was down 150 points, or 1.2%, in early trading. The S&P 500 (SPX) sank 17 points, or 1.2%, and the Nasdaq (COMP) declined 38 points, or 1.3%.
The European Central Bank issued a statement Wednesday saying it had not been consulted on the bailout for Bankia, the No. 4 bank in Spain, and that such a recapitalization could not be provided by the Eurosystem.
In addition, independent ratings agency Egan-Jones downgraded Spain's sovereign debt late Tuesday. The move raised more questions about the country's ability to fund bank bailouts that could reach as much as €100 billion.
Yields on 10-year Spanish debt soared to 6.62% Wednesday.
In addition, the European Commission's economic sentiment index fell for the second month in a row, hitting the lowest level since October 2009.
World markets were sharply lower on European concerns. Britain's FTSE 100 (UKX) dropped 1.6% in afternoon trading, the DAX (DAX) in Germany lost 1.3% and France's CAC 40 (CAC40) plunged 1.7%.
CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index, which measures investor sentiment, remains firmly in "extreme fear" territory.
U.S. stocks ended higher Tuesday, as investors welcomed a lack of negative headlines out of Europe and hopes that China would announce a new massive stimulus program 

Thursday, May 24, 2012

commercial property, prices recovered to mid-2003 Levels CoStar 2012 News APARTMENT LOAN RATES LINK

Despite a generally flat March for pricing of commercial property, prices recovered to mid-2003 levels in the first quarter as improving fundamentals and liquidity causing a broadening of the recovery into non-core commercial real estate and secondary markets, according to this month's CoStar Commercial Repeat Sale Indices (CCRSI) report. 

At this rate it will be 2006 in ten short years. Oprah sells her Chicago condo for about 1/2 of what she paid. say $3,000,000 on $6,000,000 cost plus extra shoe closets.

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