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The Fannie Mae Affordable Housing Preservation program offers fixed or variable rate financing for purchases and refinancing at competitive pricing for affordable developments.
The eligible properties are:
- Expiring Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) deals,
- Refinancing existing tax-exempt bonds,
- Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) properties,
- Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) Section 8 contracts,
- Existing Rural Housing Service (RHS) Section 515 loans, or
- Loans currently insured under section 202 or 236 of the National Housing Act.
These loans are assumable, subject to lender approval.
Term Sheet for Fannie Mae Affordable Housing Preservation
||Up to 35 years.
||Fixed- and variable-rate options available
||1.20x (fixed rate).
Low-income qualifying restrictions required and must be recorded:
- 20% or more units rented to families earning at or below 50% of Area Median Income (AMI);
- 40% or more units rented to families earning at or below 60% of AMI; or
- Project-Based Housing Assistance Payments contract (Section 8) covering 20% or more units.
||Supplemental loans are available.
||Flexible prepayment options available, including yield maintenance and declining prepayment premium.
||30- to 180-day commitments. Borrowers may lock a rate with the Streamlined Rate Lock option.
||30/360 and Actual/360.
|Third-Party Subordinate Financing
Hard subordinate debt (which requires scheduled repayment of principal) is permitted only if provided by a public, quasi-public, or not-for-profit lender and combined debt service coverage cannot fall below 1.05x.
Soft subordinate debt is permitted subject to requirements which include capping payments at 75% of available property cash flow after payment of senior liens and property operating expenses.
||Non-recourse execution with standard carve-outs for "bad acts" such as fraud and bankruptcy.
||Replacement reserve, tax, and insurance escrows are typically required.
||Standard third-party reports required, including Appraisal, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, and Property Condition Assessment.
||Loans are typically assumable, subject to review and approval of the new borrower's financial capacity and experience.