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In a defeasance transaction, a borrower substitutes new collateral in exchange for the lender's release of the old collateral.
Just over $63 billion of that figure was eligible for either defeasance or for incurring supplemental debt.
AHIP will fund the purchase price, including the PIPs and Defeasance costs, using a combination of cash on hand and a new USD 19.
Defeasance is a complex process with many technical requirements and significant transaction costs.
Companies considering this option, however, should be aware that the income statement and balance sheet benefits of in-substance defeasance may be offset by adverse effects on cash flow.
Put in technical language, the proposed statement requires that, for current and advance refundings resulting in debt defeasance reported by proprietary activities, the difference between the reacquisition price and the net carrying amount of the old debt be deferred and amortized.
selected Defease With Easeto facilitate the simultaneous defeasance of $66 million of CMBS loans in two securitizations.
Lower interest rates coupled with a recovery in property fundamentals and appraised values have made defeasance an option for many commercial real estate borrowers who wish to lock in a lower rate or take cash out of their properties," Trepp noted.
46m with The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company NA as trustee under the respective indentures for the notes, to effect a legal defeasance of the notes.
Flawless execution results in successful multi-property defeasance for Hometown America Corp
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At that time, Capmark Finance provided a forward rate lock, which enabled the borrower to take advantage of January's lower interest-rate environment when the loan became eligible for defeasance in August, according to Crimmins.
Commercial Defeasance, LLC recently facilitated the defeasance of 111 Eighth Avenue in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood.
3 million defeasance transaction on a premier high-rise office building in Beverly Hills, CA.
CMBS: Property Market Performance Drives Delinquencies and Defeasance, found that when commercial real estate values increased, the collective delinquencies on the underlying loans decreased by both value and number.