MARKET INSIGHTS

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

What is a PML and why do those three letters matter? New stricter standards are being required by some lenders for the Probable Maximum Loss (PML) report. This report is a commonly-used tool by real estate investors, lenders and insurers to assess worst-case scenario of a building damage from a seismic event.

With the Federal Reserve approving the second 2017 increase of the Federal Funds rate today by .25% to 1.25% we are taking a closer look at how this will effect the economy and commercial real estate markets.

We sat down with a Senior Mortgage Loan Officer at Standard to see how they are responding to current market demand:

In decades of advising borrowers of all shapes and sizes, one topic that comes up repeatedly is the best practice for a borrower to terminate an interest rate swap when the underlying loan is paid off early.

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