This month’s DL Report provides a short and sweet cheat-sheet concerning LIBOR’s sunset in December 2021. We’ll conduct a quick overview of what’s happening, what it means for borrowers, lenders and legal counsel, and what each should be doing now to prepare. First off, a quick review. Since the mid-1980’s, the London Interbank Offered Rate, […]
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The financial media has fallen all over itself of late to brow beat its watchers into believing that the current shape of yield curves point to a looming economic recession. While fun to watch, they fail to address the WIIFM (What’s In It For Me) factor for borrowers, and a needed explanation is due. In […]
In our conversations over the years with borrowers of all shapes and sizes, in a myriad of industries, we’ve seen time and time again that all borrowers share the same basic goal: to take advantage of low interest rates now while protecting themselves if interest rates rise in the future. Some borrowers opt for the […]
First, a Thank You The DL Team would like to thank all of our clients, friends, and associates for what has been a rewarding and growth-filled 2018. We are pleased that Chris Hunt has joined our team this year and is leading expansion in the Midwest and on the East Coast – he has been […]
Not all Fixed Rates are the Same We are often asked if a fixed rate quoted by a bank is competitive. Seems like a simple question, but in practice, it’s a difficult one to answer without proper analysis. Numerous factors determine how a lender arrives at a fixed rate. In this month’s report, we will […]