Thu Apr 2 CDT (over 1 year ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Thu Apr 2 9:30am - Thu Apr 2 6:00pm
|Location||180 N. LaSalle Street,Axis Room in The Hub (basement), Chicago, IL, USA|
The Commercial Real Estate Lending III: Global Cash Flow course provides participants with an analytical tool that helps to determine the probability of loan repayment on real estate transactions where the owner/investor has multiple investment real estate holdings, with varying degrees of ownership interest.
By evaluating the cash flow from all investment properties in the owner/investor’s portfolio, one can analyze the global impact on the overall cash flow of the borrowers, detecting cash flow weaknesses that may affect loan repayment, either from the subject property or from another unrelated property in the guarantor’s portfolio,
Often, banks will not have perfect or complete financial information when presented with a loan request. If you don’t have all the information, you increase the risk in the transaction. Commercial Real Estate Lending III: Global Cash Flow illustrates the differences in conclusions and perceived risks based on the amount of information received from the borrower.
The course focuses on how to gather relevant sources of cash flow information, and how to assemble that information in a clear and organized fashion in an effort to effectively analyze global cash flow (GCF) implications of CRE loan repayment.
In conclusion, the course puts into perspective the risks inherent in the stability of the real estate portfolio’s cash flow as it relates to the borrower’s global ability to support repayment of current and future obligations.