Goldman Sachs has established price talk on four classes of ‘AAA’-rated notes to be issued by its latest commercial mortgage backed securities conduit, GSMS 2013-GC13, according to a document filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Monday.
The $66.86 million class A-1 with a weighted average life of 2.63 years is being talked at swaps plus 60 basis points;
The $72.74 million class A-2 with a weighted average life of 4.74 years is being talked at swaps plus 80 basis points;
The $380.25 million class A-5 with a weighted average life of 9.85 years is being talked at swaps plus 120 basis points;
The $89.21 million class A-AB with a weighted average life of 7.3 years is being offered at swaps plus 110 basis points.
According to the filing, Drexel Hamilton and RBS Securities have been added to the deal as co-lead managers. As reported earlier, Goldman and Citigroup Global Markets are the deal’s co-lead managers.
The deal, which is backed by 67 fixed-rate commercial mortgages contributed by Goldman Sachs Mortgage Company (64.2%), Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corp. (24.7%), and Starwood Mortgage Funding I (11.1%), is expected to price this week and close next w eek.