The real estate investment trust is using the transaction to cash out $107 million of equity that it has built up in an office building at 350 Park Avenue, along Hedge Fund Alley in midtown Manhattan.
The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization, or MISMO, is proposing a standard for the maintenance and sharing of commercial and multifamily real estate rent-roll information.
Like many recent transactions, it is characterized by low leverage, relative to transactions completed this year. And it relies on the inclusion of a pair of relatively high quality loans to boost the overall credit metrics of the pool.
The property, which was also the birthplace of the Oreo cookie, is a 635,000-square-foot, 11-story Class A office building located at 85 Tenth Avenue in West Chelsea. Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo provided the refinance mortgage.
That's an increase of five basis points from October and the highest level since December 2015, according to Trepp. The biggest newly delinquent loan was a $149 million mortgage on an office building in Stamford, Conn.
Regulation AB governs registration, reporting and disclosure requirements for all things asset-backed. The Securities and Exchange Commission appears to be ready to update it significantly, but, nearly four years after changes were originally proposed, its not clear exactly what the Commission will do.
The proposal would introduce dissemination of trade prices for securities ranging from highly liquid credit card and auto ABS to smaller and more esoteric deals in asset classes such as time shares, to commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) and highly structured CDOs and collateralized loan obligations.
As July came to a close, it was clear to everyone at ASR that the structured finance market was not about to take a vacation.
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Could higher yields end up deepening the investor base for asset-backeds?
Treasurer, Head of Asset Management
Firm: NewStar Financial
The wireless carrier, though only rated single-B, has more leeway from existing investors to enter into a transaction like this than even some investment-grade companies, according to Covenant Review.Current Issue