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The materials below provide an overview and deeper understanding of our wide selection of deals, as well as other important information related to our securitization program.
Provides an overview of our Small Balance Loan (SBL) program, SBL mortgage guidelines, SB-Deal® performance, most recent SB-Deal highlights and more.
Our Multi PC® program issues both fixed and floating rate 55-day Participation Certificates (PC). Most Multi PCs are secured by loans that have low credit risk, longer terms and/or affordable components. Read more in this presentation.
These documents provide an overview of our Impact Bonds Offerings.
When-Issued K-Deal bonds are a unique way to align our multifamily loan originations with our investors' needs by reducing the time it takes to bring securities to market.
The TEL securitization program is a more efficient, cost-effective alternative to tax-exempt bond credit enhancements for properties with 4% Low-Income Housing Tax-Credits.
Multifamily Structured Credit Risk Notes (MSCR Notes) are unguaranteed securities designed to transfer to investors a portion of the credit risk associated with eligible multifamily mortgages linked to a reference pool, thereby reducing U.S. taxpayers’ exposure to mortgage default risk.
Gain understanding and perspective on our Seniors Housing program, including an overview of our credit approval process and transaction highlights.
Take a look at the year-over-year comparison of our new business activity.
Our K-Deal program has seen unprecedented growth as we continue to diversify our product execution.
We help to ensure an ample supply of affordable rental housing by purchasing mortgages secured by apartment buildings.
Fitch’s most current report on our commercial mortgage servicer ratings.
Morningstar provides a ranking on our commercial mortgage special servicing.
S&P confirms our commercial mortgage servicer ratings.