Multifamily financing and low interest rates are here, but they are not here to stay. Today interest rates in multifamily financing and apartment loans can be as low as 2.99% on loans with amortizations as long as 25 years! These phenomenal rates are here now, but they won't be for long.
Savvy investors are completing rate and term refinances to obtain the lowest rates. Even more experienced investors are completing cash out refinances of their multifamily financing and apartment loans to receive rates in the high 3% to low 4% range. Imagine the cash flow that is created from converting a multifamily financing or apartment loan in the 5, 6 or 7% range.
Multifamily Financing and Apartment Loans with Prepayment Penalties
Investors with multifamily financing and apartment loans that currently have prepayment penalties are refinancing anyway. A simple calculation can be done to determine if a refinance of a multifamily financing or apartment loan is the right choice. As a general rule if the loan rate is fixed for 5 to 7 years and the payment savings can recoup the prepayment penalty in under 24 months, then a refinance of the existing multifamily financing is a good decision.
For an analisys of your multifamily financing to determine if refinancing makes sense contact Michael Gross, President, Dividend America Commercial Lending at 404-5496756 or email your questions or executive summary to firstname.lastname@example.org
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