67-48.0105. Sale, Transfer or Refinancing of a SAIL Development  


Effective on Thursday, July 11, 2019
  • 1(1) Any sale, conveyance, assignment, or other transfer of interest or the grant of a security interest in all or any part of the title to the Development other than a superior mortgage shall be subject to the Corporation’s prior written approval. The Board shall consider the facts and circumstances of each Applicant’s request and any credit underwriting report, if available, prior to determining whether to grant such request.

    70(2) The SAIL loan shall be assumable upon sale or transfer of the Development if the following conditions are met:

    90(a) The proposed transferee meets all specific Applicant identity criteria which were required as conditions of the original loan;

    109(b) The proposed transferee agrees to maintain all set-asides and other requirements of the SAIL loan for the period originally specified or longer; and,

    133(c) The proposed transferee and release of transferor receives a favorable recommendation from the Credit Underwriter and approval by the Board of Directors of the Corporation.

    159All assumption requests must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Assets and contain the specific details of the transfer and assumption. In addition to any related professional fees, the Corporation shall charge a non-refundable assumption fee 198of one-tenth of one percent of the SAIL loan principal amount. The applicable fee will be determined by the rule in effect at the time of the assumption request227.

    228(3) If the SAIL loan is not assumed since the buyer does not meet the criteria for assumption of the SAIL loan, the SAIL loan (principal and any outstanding interest) shall be repaid from the proceeds of the sale in the following order of priority:

    273(a) First mortgage debt service, first mortgage fees;

    281(b) SAIL compliance and loan servicing fees;

    288(c) An amount equal to the present value of the compliance monitoring fee for the periods for which the Development will have a set-aside for Very Low-Income persons or households beyond the repayment date. Such amount shall be reduced by the amount of any compliance monitoring fees collected by the Corporation for the Development for that period, provided:

    3461. The compliance monitoring fee covers some or all of the period following the anticipated SAIL repayment date; and,

    3652. The Development has substantially equivalent set-asides for Very Low-Income persons or households mandated through another program of the Corporation for which the compliance monitoring fee was collected.

    393(d) Unpaid principal balance of the SAIL loan;

    401(e) Any interest due on the SAIL loan;

    409(f) Expenses of the sale;

    414(g) If there will be insufficient funds available from the proposed sale of the Development to satisfy paragraphs (3)(a)-(f), above, the SAIL loan shall not be satisfied until the Corporation has received:

    4461. An appraisal prepared by an appraiser selected by the Corporation or the Credit Underwriter indicating that the purchase price for the Development is reasonable and consistent with existing market conditions,

    4772. A certification from the Applicant that the purchase price reported is the actual price paid for the Development, as supported by a copy of the final executed purchase and sale agreement, and that no other consideration passed between the parties, as supported by a draft and final closing statement, and that the Development Cash Flow reported to the Corporation during the term of the SAIL loan was true and accurate,

    5483. A certification from the Applicant that there are no Development funds available to repay the SAIL loan, including any interest due, and the Applicant knows of no source from which funds could or would be forthcoming to pay the SAIL loan; and,

    5914. A certification from the Applicant detailing the information needed to determine the final billing for SAIL loan interest. Such certification shall require submission of financial statements and other documents that may be required by the Corporation and its servicer.

    631(4) The Corporation may renegotiate and extend the loan in order to extend or retain the availability of housing for the target population. Such renegotiations shall be based upon:

    660(a) Performance of the Applicant during the SAIL loan term;

    670(b) Availability of similar housing stock for the target population in the area;

    683(c) Documentation and certification by the Applicant that funds are not available to repay the Note upon maturity;

    701(d) A plan for the repayment of the loan at the new maturity date;

    715(e) Assurance that the security interest of the Corporation will not be jeopardized by the new term(s); and,

    733(f) Industry standard terms which may include amortizing loans requiring regularly scheduled payments of principal and interest.

    750All loan renegotiation requests must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Assets and contain the specific details of the renegotiation. In addition to any related professional fees, the Corporation shall charge a non-refundable renegotiation fee 788of one-half of one percent of the SAIL loan principal amount. The applicable fee will be determined by the rule in effect at the time of the renegotiation request. All loan extension requests must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Assets and contain the specific details of the extension. In addition to any related professional fees, the Corporation shall charge a non-refundable extension fee of one-tenth of one percent of the SAIL loan principal amount. The applicable fee will be determined by the rule in effect at the time of the extension request884.

    885(5) The 887Corporation will recommend that the 892Board approve requests for mortgage loan refinancing only if Development Cash Flow is improved, the Development’s economic viability is maintained, the security interest of the Corporation is not adversely affected, and the Credit Underwriter provides a positive recommendation.

    930(6) The 932Corporation will recommend that the 937Board deny any requests for mortgage loan refinancing which require extension of the SAIL loan term or otherwise adversely affect the security interest of the Corporation, unless the criteria outlined in subsection 96967-48.0105(5), 970F.A.C., are met, the Credit Underwriter recommends that the approval of such a request is crucial to the economic survival of the Development, or unless the Board determines that public policy will be better served by the extension as a result of the Applicant agreeing to further extend the Compliance Period or provide additional amenities or resident programs suitable for the resident population. Further, the 1035Corporation will recommend that the 1040Board limit any approved extension to a minimum term which makes the Development feasible and which does not exceed an industry standard term.

    1063The 1064Corporation will recommend that the 1069Board deny any requests to increase the amount of any superior mortgage, unless the criteria outlined in subsection 108767-48.010(15), 1088F.A.C., are met, the original combined loan to value ratio for the superior mortgage and the SAIL mortgage is maintained or improved, and a proportionate amount of the increase in the superior mortgage is used to reduce the outstanding SAIL loan balance.

    1130All requests which only require subordination of the regulatory agreements must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Assets and contain the specific details of the subordination. In addition to any related professional fees, the Corporation shall charge a non-refundable subordination fee of $1,000 for each regulatory agreement to be subordinated. The applicable fee will be determined by the rule in effect at the time of the subordination request.

    1202All requests which only require extension of the affordability period under the regulatory agreements must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Assets and contain the specific details of the extension. In addition to any related professional fees, the Corporation shall charge a non-refundable extension fee of $1,000 for each extension of the regulatory agreement. The applicable fee will be determined by the rule in effect at the time of the extension request.

    1278Rulemaking Authority 1280420.507, 1281420.508 FS. 1283Law Implemented 1285420.5087 FS. 1287History–New 12-23-96, Amended 1-6-98, Formerly 9I-48.0105, Amended 11-9-98, Repromulgated 2-24-00, Amended 2-22-01, 3-17-02, Repromulgated 4-6-03, Amended 3-21-04, Repromulgated 2-7-05, Amended 1-29-06, 4-1-07, Repromulgated 3-30-08, Amended 8-6-09, Repromulgated 11-22-11, Amended 10-9-13, 10-8-14, 9-15-16, Repromulgated 5-24-17, Amended 7-8-18, Repromulgated 7-11-19.

     

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