Standard financing offers a term of five years or more, a fixed interest rate and is typically closed to prepayment for the term’s duration. For industrial, conventional is the most common type of standard financing.
Standard financing is usually considered when borrowers want the payment predictability that comes with a fixed interest rate. However, it is important to note that a typical conventional financing term for an industrial asset is five years. Longer terms
are available, but there is often greater scrutiny on future cash flows. Borrowers must be able to show that longer-term leases (i.e. maturing in 10 years or more) are in place for the duration of the mortgage term.
Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS): CMBS is a conventional financing solution available for first mortgages on established, stabilized properties (generally three or more years of stable operating history). This type of financing works well
for properties with in-place, stabilized net cash flow.