What is the Definition of Insurance?

Insurance

Noun

Definition: Identifies the method by which the tenant is responsible for payment or reimbursement of Insurance.

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USDA Rental Insurance Program


Rental assistance may be used in both existing and newly constructed HCFP Rural Rental Housing (Section 515) or Farm Labor Housing (Section 514) financed projects. Projects must be established on a nonprofit or limited profit basis.

FHA Risk-Sharing Program - HUD Section 542(b) Mortgages


This program helps encourage the production of affordable housing projects. The program provides insurance and reinsurance for commercial housing projects whose mortgages are originated, underwritten, serviced, and disposed of by a QPE and/or its approved lenders.

Office Commercial Loans - Office Building Financing


We provide office commercial loans at low rates. Office commercial loans include conventional, CMBS, insurance, USDA, bridge, construction, and SBS commercial loans.

Hotel Loans - Hotel Commercial Loan Options


We provide many financing options for hotels and hospitality properties including SBA, Conventional, CMBS, Insurance, and USDA Loan programs.

Life Insurance Company Commercial Mortgages


Life insurance company commercial loans nationwide by the leading online mortgage originator. Offering multiple options Nationwide. Lowest fixed rates and closing costs. Financing simplified.

FHA Risk-Sharing Program - HUD Section 542(c) Mortgages


This program helps encourage the production of affordable housing projects. The program provides insurance and reinsurance for commercial housing projects whose mortgages are originated, underwritten, serviced, and disposed of by a QPE and/or its approved lenders.

Retail Center Commercial Loans - Mall Mortgages


We provide commercial loans for retail centers at low rates. Loan programs include CMBS, insurance, USDA, bridge, construction, SBA, and conventional loans.

How Risk Retention Affects Lenders, Borrowers, & Bond Investors (Pt. 2)


Since its inception, CMBS lending has been the go-to mortgage product for larger properties with sponsors that want non-recourse financing with high leverage, low interest rates, and lenient underwriting. However, since the market collapse in 2007 and the passage of the Dodd-Frank “Risk Retention”, things have changed. Although still more permissive than conventional or insurance products, CMBS underwriting standards have become more stringent, leverage points have been lowered, and interest rates can fluctuate greatly depending on treasury indexes and bond investor demands.

FHA Mobile Housing Loans - HUD Section 207 Mortgages


Section 207 insures loans to provide financing for mobile home parks. Section 207 increases the affordablity and availability of the finance of mobile home parks. This program provides FHA loan insurance for HUD-approved lenders.

FHA Residential Care Facilities - HUD Section 232 Mortgages


HUD/FHA provides insurance on mortgages that cover housing for the elderly. Known as a Section 232 loan, these loans finance nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and board and care facilities.

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