KBRA Assigns Preliminary Ratings to Tricon Residential 2022-SFR2
KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to five classes of Tricon Residential 2022-SFR2 (TCN 2022-SFR2) single-family rental pass-through certificates.
TCN 2022-SFR2 is a single-borrower, single-family rental (SFR) securitization that will be collateralized by a $379.0 million loan secured by first priority mortgages on 1,684 income-producing single-family homes. The fixed-rate loan requires interest payments only over its five-year term. The subject transaction will be the ninth KBRA-rated securitization issued by Tricon Residential.
The underlying single-family rental properties are located in or near 30 Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) across nine states. The top-three CBSAs represent 38.8% of the portfolio and include Atlanta (13.7%), Charlotte (13.0%), and Phoenix (12.2%). The aggregate BPO value of the underlying homes is $543.8 million, yielding an LTV of 69.7%, the lowest LTV in the KBRA-rated SFR securitization comparable set. KBRA adjusted the BPOs, which yielded an aggregate value of $516.6 million, which represents a 5.0% haircut to the nominal BPO value. The resulting LTV based on KBRA's adjusted BPO value was 73.4%.
Similar to recent SFR transactions, the subject transaction includes provisions for property releases with premiums and property substitution, both of which are subject to various conditions.
KBRA utilized its U.S. Single-Family Rental Securitization Methodology to evaluate the transaction. The methodology leverages elements of KBRA's commercial mortgage-backed securities and residential mortgage-backed securities criteria due to the fact that the collateral underlying an SFR transaction has both commercial and residential characteristics. As the properties generate a cash flow stream from tenant rental payments, CMBS methodologies were used to determine the loan's probability of default. To determine loss given default, KBRA assumed the underlying collateral properties would be liquidated in the residential property market.
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