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Loan To Cost & Loan To Value Definition Winston Rowe & Associates
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Winston Rowe & Associates is a no upfront fee national boutique commercial real estate finance firm providing solutions for asset based commercial real estate financing. They have prepared this explanation of Loan to Value and Loan and Loan to
Cost to provide prospective clients with a better understanding.
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Definition of 'Loan To Cost (LTC)
A ratio used in commercial real estate construction to compare the amount of the loan used to finance a project to the cost to build the project. If the project cost $1 million to complete and the borrower was asking for $800,000, the loan-to-cost (LTC) ratio would be 80%. The costs included in the $1 million cost figure would be land, construction materials, construction labor, professional fees, and permits and so on.
Definition of Loan To Value (LTV)
The ratio of the fair market value of an asset to the value of the loan that will finance the purchase, LTV tells the lender if potential losses due to nonpayment may be recouped by selling the asset.
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Winston Rowe & Associates
31408 Harper Ave
Saint Clair Shores MI 48082
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