participating mortgage

participating mortgage

An older term that is still sometimes encountered; it is a mortgage in which the lender takes a share of the profits during operations and on the sale of the property.Today, this would most frequently be called mezzanine financing.

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While overall conventional multifamily activity also was up from a year earlier, participating mortgage bankers reported that investment by both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac was down markedly from a year earlier.
In 1999, LMRES arranged the original participating mortgage of $23 million, which subsequently was refinanced through LMRES-arranged bridge financing of $30 million.
In an ongoing effort to build up its roster of participating mortgage brokerage and mortgage banking companies, Precept has hired 18-year industry veteran Jonathan M.
The PGR is a joint venture of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA) and the Stratmor Group to provide timely strategic analysis to senior management of participating mortgage banking companies.
Under this scenario, there will be no such thing as a single-document "participating mortgage." The fixed-rate portion will be the first mortgage with right of foreclosure.
What we will have is a book-entry system for transfers of mortgages and servicing rights sponsored by participating mortgage investors.
As an example of Heller's participating mortgage program in this arena, the commitment for a mobile-home park acquisition in New Jersey from the RTC, demonstrates how these elements come together.
The Fund is expected to have in excess of $100 million in capital by the end of 1992 and JLW and Weil Realty are actively seeking additional participating mortgage investments in the $5 million to $10 million range.
The annual survey showcases aggregate data on the commercial and multifamily origination market based on data provided from participating mortgage bankers, portfolio, and other direct lenders.
THE Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee schemes can be taken out by any purchaser of both new build or second-hand properties, through one of the participating mortgage providers (e.g.
real estate through a hybrid debt and equity structure using participating mortgage debt.
George Mitsanas, a principal with Newmark Realty Capital Inc., Los Angeles, recalls entering the mortgage banking world in 1989, and the first loan deal he ever did was with TIAA-CREF: a $48.5 million transaction on a retail center, and it was in the form of a participating mortgage. At the time, interest rates were more than 9 percent, so TIAA-CREF offered a lower interest rate--but in return was able to participate in the upside appreciation of the center.

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