Just over 20% of the balance are hotel loans, including the second-largest loan in the collateral pool, a $59.9 million portion of a $132.9 million loan used in a cashout refinancing of the Hilton Clearwater.
The $1.1 billion BENCHMARK 2018-B3 is backed by 45 loans secured by 89 properties contributed by Deutsche Bank (42.8%), JPMorgan Chase (35.3%) and Citibank (21.8%), according to rating agency presale reports.
Nonbanks are originating more commercial mortgages on fixer-uppers in response to a sharp drop in the cost of funding in the securitization market. These deals are said to be "vastly different" than other CRE instruments that sustained big losses in the crisis — so far.
First the House and now the Senate have included provisions in their regulatory relief bills that bankers say would go a long way toward clearing up confusion over how to treat high-volatility commercial real estate loans.