FANNIE MAE® DUS
Reduced Occupancy Affordable Rehab (ROAR)
Permanent mortgage loan financing for Multifamily Affordable Housing (MAH) Properties in need of renovations, eliminating the need for a construction loan.
- Flexible permanent loan solution that allows the sponsor to rehabilitate more efficiently.
- Eliminates need for a construction loan or forward commitment.
- Increased leverage opportunities when underwritten to as-improved rents.
- Interest only during rehab period.
- Existing, stabilized Multifamily Affordable Housing properties undergoing renovations.
- Borrowers and Lenders with demonstrated experience.
- Available for both acquisition and refinance.
5 – 30 years.
Up to 35 years.
- Fixed- and variable-rate options.
- Variable-rate only available for a Credit Enhancement Mortgage Loan for a bond transaction.
Up to 90% “as stabilized”.
1.15x – 1.20x “as stabilized”.
Cash or Credit Enhancement Mortgage Loan for a bond transaction. Interest only available, structured to match the rehab period.
$5,000,000 minimum; no maximum.
Stabilized Multifamily Affordable Housing properties undergoing renovations up to $120,000 per unit.
Strong borrowers with demonstrated tenant-in place rehab track record.
30- to 180-day commitments.
Flexible prepayment options available, including yield maintenance and declining prepayment premium.
12 – 15 months.
REHAB PERIOD OCCUPANCY
During the rehabilitation period occupancy may drop from stabilized levels to a minimum of 50%.
REHAB PERIOD – DSCR
During the rehabilitation period, DSCR may drop from stabilized levels to a minimum of:
- 1.0x (Interest-only basis).
- 0.75x (Amortizing basis).
Rehab funds escrowed by Lender.
Fully stabilized no later than 15 months after Mortgage Loan origination.
FANNIE MAE UW FEE
Non-recourse execution is available with standard carve-outs for “bad acts” such as fraud and bankruptcy.
In its prequalifying review, Lument will attempt to estimate both the loan amount and the fees and costs associated with the transaction. Actual loan amounts and actual fees and expenses may vary from the prequalifying estimates. A prequalifying estimate is not a commitment to make a loan.