Friday, October 2, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 pm (Eastern Time)
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Central Time)
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Mountain Time)
11:00 – 12:00 pm (Pacific Time)
Most bankers acknowledge that construction lending is riskier than other types of commercial lending because:
- Repayment ability depends on successful completion of the construction before the project can generate cash flow from the sale of the finished property, from rental or lease of the real estate, or from permanent take-out refinancing
- During the construction period, the collateral is literally work-in-progress and often the guarantors do not have sufficient outside net worth or income to pay off the loan
This lending webinar addresses how to mitigate the higher risk, and it offers advice and guidance in how to extend construction loans safely and profitably:
- Appropriate underwriting and structuring—LTV, LTC, minimum equity, bonding, etc.
- Role and activities of real estate construction administration (RECAD)— sources & uses, costs review, inspections, disbursements, retention, liens, construction problem mitigation
Learn how to evaluate the developer’s ability to repay the construction loan.
- Developer’s background and expertise
- Contractor’s background and expertise
- Developer’s legal structure
- Owner’s minimum equity,
- Repayment ability from project cash flow, collateral, guarantees
Develop an appropriate underwriting of the construction project to ensure the resulting structure ensures the bank will be repaid in full, on time, and as agreed.
- Sources and uses, cost review of hard costs & soft costs, appraisal review
- LTV, LTC, DCR
- Interest reserves
Explain how to satisfactorily monitor and manage the credit exposure and the construction activity
- Role of and activities performed by real estate construction administration (RECAD)
- Inspections and disbursements
- Reallocations and change orders
- Retention, punch lists, charge-backs
- Causes of and cures for construction problems
- Problem asset management of construction loans
As the Principal for Devon Risk Advisory Group, Dev Strischek brings years of senior experience in financial services to his clients around the areas of risk policy, risk culture, and portfolio risk management. Dev also serves as a Member of the Private Company Council for FASB. Prior to those roles, Dev served for 18 years at SunTrust Bank, retiring as their Sr Vice President and Senior Credit Policy Officer for the bank. Dev is a frequent industry speaker on many aspects associated with credit risk and compliance, as well as loan policy best practices. He has also authored many industry trade articles on principles and practices, problems and issues relevant to risks that financial organizations must manage.
1.0 CPE Credits & 1.2 AAP Credits