Closing Cost Break Down (Title at $2000, Lender Legal Fees $2000, Origination Fee at 1% or $10,838, Appraisal $3,000, Environmental $1,800).
Increase in cash flow is $1,835 per month or $22,028 annual. Essentially, from a cash flow perspective, the borrower would recoup the costs of loan in less than one year, despite the rate increase by 75 basis Commercial Loans in Australia. Although the borrower would have to pay for the appraisal and environmental report upfront, they would be “refunded” for these costs at close if desired.
In our experience most business owners would be very interested in pursuing the proposed refinance.
Example 2. Investment Property, 10 Unit Retail Center.
Borrower has owned the property for 7 years and has two loans on the subject property. First loan is a conventional floating rate loan that adjusts annually, amortized over 25 years and the second is seller held. It is amortized over 20 years and has a fixed 20 year rate. Neither loan has a balloon provision; however the first loan does have a prepayment penalty of 5% of the remaining loan balance, which is in effect for 3 more years.
Property Current Value – 9% Cap $2,600,000 (Purchase for $2,300,000)
Combined Current Loan Balance $1,635,000
Original Loan Balance, 1st $1,610,000 (70% Loan to Value)
Original Loan Balance, 2nd $230,000 (10% Loan to Value)
Current Loan to Value 61%
Interest Rate, 1st 6.65%
Interest Rate, 2nd 7%
Current Debt Coverage Ratio 1.27