HUD 223(f)

Tenant Reimbursements in Commercial Real Estate

Tenant Reimbursements in Commercial Real Estate

Tenant reimbursements, also known as tenant recoveries, are expenses which are paid back to a landlord by a tenant. Common examples of tenant reimbursements include property taxes, property insurance, maintenance and repair costs, and other operational expenses.

Refinancing Commercial Real Estate Loans

Refinancing Commercial Real Estate Loans

Refinancing commercial real estate can be done for a variety of reasons. In many cases, borrowers get cash out refinances in order to free up capital to make renovations/property improvements, or to invest in other properties. In other situations, borrowers may wish to refinance a commercial property in order to achieve a better interest rate or a longer amortization, which can help them increase monthly cash flow.