1st Mortgage Weighted Avg. Years to Maturity2:
Historical Loan Payoffs:
Number of Investments1:
Average Investment Balance1:
Historical 1st Mortgage Payoff Amount:
Range of Investment Balances1:
$3 - $47.7 Million
Average Leverage Ratio3:
Debt Investments: Floating vs. Fixed Rate
All Investments by Type4
Loans by Region
Loans by Property Type
1 Portfolio size is based on the unpaid principal balance of our debt investments and the fair value of our real estate owned (REO) in each case as of March 31, 2021. Portfolio size, average investment balance and number of investments include our REO.
2 Weighted average 1st mortgage term remaining based on the maturity date assuming no options to extend are exercised. See our most recent 10-Q filed with the SEC for maximum maturities assuming all extensions are exercised.
3 Weighted average of the loan to values at origination, based on current loan balance as of 3/31/21.
4 Based on the par value of investments as of 3/31/2021. Subject to change without notice. First mortgage loans finance commercial real estate properties and are loans that generally have the highest priority lien among the loans in a foreclosure proceeding on the collateral securing the loan. The senior position does not protect against default, and losses may still occur. Credit loans, also called mezzanine loans, are secured by one or more direct or indirect ownership interests in an entity that directly or indirectly owns real estate. CMBS or commercial mortgage-backed securities, are securities collateralized (bundled and sold as bonds) by loans secured by commercial real estate property. REO, which stands for "real estate owned," represents real estate we have acquired through foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, or purchase.
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