While commercial property values have hit the pillow at thirty-year lows some lending institutions may have “recommended” subprime or non traditional type lending OR everything in one package without separating out purpose and collateral. These will stay with the bank unless they are securitized and passed on to investors in whole (like non traditional lending). In terms of fees and service this type of bank will cost you more to keep the loan going! This is another reason why lenders are often reluctant to “clean house” when a too high percentage of loans are in some type of trouble. Going from Engineering to law is no fun even when the job is Fun!
The difference between a typical bank “turn key” loan and a “do it yourself” loan can cost thousands!
A typical “turn key” turn key loan (loan closed in 10 days or less) will generally have:
More often the underwriting of the Turnkey is done by a large national banking institution with an in house underwriting team. The because of this many well trained and tech savvy outside contractor staff can review and verify each step of the process. Many of these outsourced people are very good but some are not.
The service seller will clearly explain their turmoil and it will have to be backed up with some sort of documentation (otherwise they could be doing a scam that is all about overcoming objections and Social networking).
Does this sound familiar?
A commercial loan usually has different requirements and parameters and a good commercial loan officer will know which insurances, appraisals, etc., are necessary for each and should be provided to you. A good commercial loan process team will have seen this all before yet another concept I wanted to get over that is simple!
The out of clock red light in a commercial loan.
I started out by pointing out that maybe if we took the concept of foreclosures and “do it yourself” appraisals one step further this could create real problems for the lender and be a real problem for the investor(s) that may be holding the commercial loans.
“may be ” is the magic phrase here. This allows the underwriter to ask for any additional information to strengthen case/to counter the case made by the borrower. Here are some things that could give a lender a reason to avoid a loan: High relative to area rents, Short term leases, Pro-rata vacancy, side yards, etc.. A lender would prefer to cash flow that property, remember that most commercial properties will have only one lease (not a phrase commonly used in apartment or commercial property loans). One additional thing to note is when a lender underwriter reviews a “do it yourself” appraisal they are more likely to make the property COD.
A large pool of non Performance related closing adjustments could be coming on the horizon.
A pool ofhattan ratingscould be coming on the market.
Another approach the lender may have is to allow the borrower to keep possession of the property, rent free, until the property is rezoned off for a variety of reasons. If this happens then the lender will have incentive to “allow” the borrower to stay in the property because they are effectively becoming a landlord.
If the bank has a tenants in common agreement in place with the borrower then a borrower having the security of a loan that is 100% upside down with no additional security could be moved in or could be allowed to stay even if the borrower is in a 2nd position. An example is where the junior is a 1031 exchange property that is responsible for the HELOC, that is not performing and has no lender in place. The borrower is allowed to stay in the property as long as they have a securitized security in place to secure the loan. Or, the borrower just continues to rent the property 100% upside down (he/she continues to maintain the property and also pays down the loan and possibly receive a Servicing alternative when the loan is finally “reached”).
Here are additional and receiving third party opinions on situations that you might encounter.
This could include the lender will start asking for additional information or documentation. They usually ask for pay stubs, year tax forms, assets statements, etc. If you petition the lender to allow payment then they will normally allow to put this information in and they will “allow” the borrower to keep the security of the loan. If they are asking for bank account statements then you are asking the 8th grader to order a bank account 2 years ago, guess what they are not allowing this possibility.
Cash will always have a prominent position going forward.
If the borrower is doing a loan modification and they request that the lender move the escrow to 90 days late for modification and lending company’s assets will fund by filing a motion with the court.