KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to FREMF 2021-K744 and Freddie Mac Structured Pass-Through Certificate Series K-744



NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) is pleased to announce the provision of preliminary ratings to four classes of Mortgage Transfer Certificates of the FREMF 2021-K744 Series and three classes of Freddie-Mac Structured Transfer Certificates ( SPC), K-744 series. FREMF 2021-K744 is a $ 780.4 million CMBS multi-borrower transaction. Freddie Mac will guarantee six classes of certificates issued under the underlying securitization Series 2021-K744 and deposit the underlying guaranteed certificates in a separate trust that will issue the SPCs.

The underlying transaction is secured by 29 multi-family fixed rate mortgages. The loans have principal balances ranging from $ 2.6 million to $ 66.9 million. The largest exhibit is represented by Riverstone Apartments (8.6%), secured by a garden-style multi-family complex located in Illinois. The top five loans represent 37.3% of the balance at the due date and also include Riveredge Terrace (7.7%), Advenir At San Tropez (7.5%), Oceanview Terrace (7.4%) and Latitude 33 (6.1%). The assets are located in 11 states, with the three largest concentrations in California (30.0%), Illinois (18.1%) and Florida (13.4%).

KBRA’s analysis of the underlying transaction has incorporated our multi-borrower CMBS rating process which begins with our analysts’ assessment of the financial and operational performance of the underlying secured properties, which is used to determine the estimate. KBRA’s Sustainable Net Cash Flow (KNCF) and KBRA’s Value. using our methodology for evaluating CMBS properties in the United States. KBRA’s weighted average KNCF for the portfolio is 3.0% below the issuer’s NCF. KBRA capitalization rates were applied to the KNCF of each asset to obtain individual real estate values ​​which, on an aggregate basis, were 46.5% lower than third party appraised values. KBRA’s weighted average capitalization rate for the transaction is 8.26%. The KBRA credit model deploys rent and occupancy constraints, probability of default regressions, and default-on-loss calculations to determine the losses for each secured loan, which are then used to assign our credit ratings.

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