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loan-to-value

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(Banking & Finance) the ratio between the sum of money lent in a mortgage agreement and the lender's valuation of the property involved. Abbreviation: LTV
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As money becomes more expensive, it becomes more difficult to close deals with the same underwriting as previously used as loan to value and debt service ratios are reduced.
Ashford's investment in the capital structure is approximately 55% to 64% loan to value with the last loaned dollar at $151,163 per key, which is well below replacement cost.
While short-term bridge lenders are also selective about the quality of their deals, on income-producing properties BRT will, for example, offer bridge financing to 85% loan to value secured by first and second mortgage loans and participation loans to 90% loan to value and joint venture opportunities.
The weighted average current loan to value ratio (CLTV) of the mortgage loans is 67.
The loan was written for a term of 10 years with a two-year amortization and a loan to value of 66 percent.
A common practice in the early 1990's among commercial mortgage lenders was called "marking to market," a valuation technique used in evaluating how much a building was worth for the purposes of determining how much loan to value to lend.
The weighted average loan to value ratio at origination was 70.