With the launch of our new Professional software, we’re making the power of our Backshop enterprise CRE platform available to individuals and small groups.
I’m leaving Miami after attending the annual CREFC Investor Conference. The conference, now in its 25th year, is usually the best place to find out what people are thinking and get a prediction for the year. We had great weather, and a friend of mine hosted me on a nice-sized boat to cruise around Miami Bay — making the trip that much nicer.
We’re excited to announce our first college securitization analysis contest. Model your chosen securitization using our data and tools — and win $2,500.
New language brings consistency, efficiency and accuracy to exchange of key property data
WASHINGTON, D.C. – December 12, 2016 – The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO®) has released a new proposed data standard for the exchange of rent roll information on commercial property. The proposed standard is open for public comment. The public comment period will remain open from Monday, December 12, 2016 through Friday, January 13, 2017. The proposed rent roll standard is expected to be elevated to Candidate Recommendation status shortly thereafter. The proposed standard is designed to provide a consistent set of data points and definitions to use in financing and managing commercial property assets.
After blogging about MISMO and CRE data standards for years, I can finally say the new rent roll standard is ready for public comment. Thanks in large part to the efforts by Fannie Mae, we will release the MISMO XML rent roll standard at the MBA’s annual convention starting Oct. 23 in Boston.
If you’re an owner, broker, lender, appraiser, investor, agency or other CRE participant, you need to pay attention.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted on C-MISMO, but finally there is some real progress to report. We are releasing an updated rent roll standard for a 60-day public comment period, and Fannie Mae is going to announce its support for the standard this week in Dallas at the MBA Commercial Servicing and Technology Conference.
It’s been about 7 months since the SEC came out with the final rules for REG AB II, and the industry response is becoming clear.
CREFC, the industry trade group that controls the IRP, has hosted several meetings with the IRP working group, and the emerging strategy for compliance with REG AB II XML reporting is disappointing.
The SEC pulled Reg AB II rule-making from the Feb. 5 agenda.
So nothing happened. There’s no word on why it was pulled or when we will hear back.
The SEC announced that on Feb. 5 they will propose final changes to loan level data disclosures for all asset backed securities including CMBS. This rule, known as Reg AB II, is an update to the original Reg AB that governed securitization rules during the financial crisis.