Commercial Construction Loans

Real Estate Debt Funds in Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Debt Funds in Commercial Real Estate

For commercial real estate borrowers, debt funds often offer loans that banks can’t-- or won’t offer, including commercial construction loans, bridge loans/lease-up financing, and certain property rehabilitation and redevelopment loans. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), debt funds originated nearly $70 in billion commercial real estate loans in 2018, around 10% of all CRE loans originated in that year.

LTC: Loan to Cost Ratio In Commercial Real Estate Loans

LTC: Loan to Cost Ratio In Commercial Real Estate Loans

The loan-to-cost ratio, or LTC, is used in commercial real estate to calculate the percentage a construction or rehabilitation project's loan amount represents relative to the total project cost.

HUD in Relation to Commercial Real Estate?

HUD in Relation to Commercial Real Estate?

HUD is the term used to describe The United States Housing and Urban DevelopmentDepartment, which is the federal department tasked with creating decent housing for citizens. The government agency was founded in 1965 to support community development and home ownership. 

AMI: Area Median Income in Commercial Real Estate

AMI: Area Median Income in Commercial Real Estate

AMI stands for Area Median Income and is a statistic published by HUD. It is the household income of the median (middle) household in an area.  HUD releases the AMI for areas across the USA every year. AMI is used as a measure to determine who qualifies for its federal housing programs.