Southeast Mortgagee Advisory Council (SMAC)

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Southeast Mortgagee
Advisory Council (SMAC)

May 29
-
May 31



Downs
Spitler
, III, Moderator


Senior Vice
President


HFC Funding
Corporation, Ridgeland, MS.



Mark Van Kirk


Director of Asset
Management


U.S. Department of
Housing & Urban Development, Washington, DC.



Jan W. Haber, Esq.


U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development,
Atlanta, Georgia



Jim Reed


Senior Vice President


Asset Management



Oppenheimer
Multifamily Housing & Healthcare Finance, Inc., North Wales, PA



John
Vihstadt,
Esq
.


Krooth

& Altman
LLP, Washington, D.C.



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Downs
is Senior Vice President of Originations for HFC Funding
Corporation located in Ridgeland, MS.




He
began his career with Wachovia Bank & Trust in North Carolina
followed by a brief stay in New York where he worked with the joint
venture between Nations Bank and Dean
Witter,
and later SunTrust Bank
in Tampa.

His career includes work in Commercial & Industrial
Lending
as well as Commercial Real Estate.

Downs graduated from Barton
College.


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Marie Head, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) deputy
assistant secretary of multifamily housing, recently announced the appointment
of

Mark B. Van Kirk as

the new director of asset management.



The Office of Asset Management is responsible for the oversight of all multifamily
project assets, subsidized and insured, after the development phase. It develops
policy for and oversees field office asset management operations.



The office is also responsible for oversight of regulated property ownership and
management, routine mortgage servicing, default servicing, acquisition and
disposition of loans (mortgage notes) and properties, and management of properties
where the secretary is owner or mortgagee
-
in
-
possession.



Marilyn Edge had been serving as acting director for more than the last year and will
be returning to her role as deputy director of asset management.



About Mark Van Kirk


Before joining HUD, Mark was the Chief Operating Officer of Pillar Multifamily, LLC, a
Fannie Mae DUS Lender.


Mark co
-
started the business in 2005 as a de novo DUS
Lender. Mark was also with Fannie Mae for almost 10 years in the multifamily
division focused on multifamily credit, asset and portfolio management before
starting a Pillar Multifamily, LLC.











By:

Nancy
Libson

Published On: Mar 20, 2012








leadingage.org




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Jan
W. Haber has worked as an Attorney
-
Advisor in HUD’s Atlanta the Office
of Counsel since 1990. During that time, she has worked in the legal areas
of fair housing, litigation and
program
s
ervices
.


Currently
, Ms. Haber has responsibility for advising HUD staff and HUD’s
industry partners on issues relating to
property
d
isposition
, multifamily
housing (development and asset management), public housing and
community planning and development (CPD).


Ms
. Haber holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California
at Los Angeles and a
Juris

Doctor degree from Southwestern School of Law.
She is married and has two children.


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Jim Reed has been the Senior Vice President of Permanent Loan Servicing
and Asset Management at Oppenheimer Multifamily Housing and
Healthcare Finance since November of 2011. Jim has been in the Mortgage
Banking industry since 2001 spending a large part of this time as Vice
President of Servicing Acquisitions at
Berkadia

(f/k/a GMAC Commercial
Mortgage and
Caprmark

Finance Inc.) where his supervisory role was
largely related to the valuation of acquired CMBS servicing rights. Prior to
his current position at Oppenheimer Multifamily, Jim spent several years at
GMAC
ResCap
/Ally Bank in various roles including Risk Manager of
ResCap’s

Servicing Valuation and Analytics team.


At Oppenheimer Multifamily Jim is charged with oversight of the firm’s
FHA/GNMA loan servicing operation as well as asset management
functions that include Default Modifications, TPAs, and Financial Statement
Analyses.


Jim received his BA from Penn State University and his MBA in Operations
Management from Temple University.


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John E. Vihstadt is a partner with the Washington, D.C. law firm of
Krooth

&
Altman LLP (
www.krooth.com
)
.
Mr. Vihstadt concentrates in lender
representation
in HUD insured multifamily housing and healthcare
financing
transactions nationwide. His practice also includes government
and legislative
affairs
as
K&A is
counsel to the Committee on Healthcare
Financing, a trade association specializing in HUD Section 232 (assisted
living/nursing facility) and 242 (hospital) issues.


Prior
to joining K&A in 1989, Mr. Vihstadt served as Executive Assistant to
the President of
Ginnie

Mae and was Republican Counsel to the Select
Committee on Aging, U.

S. House of Representatives. Mr. Vihstadt received
his B.A. degree and J.D. degree from the University of Nebraska.


One
of John’s primary career goals is to dine at every federal building
cafeteria across the country that includes a multifamily HUD office.


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Primary handbook used by Field
O
ffice and Headquarters Multifamily Housing
staff in carrying out their asset management and loan servicing responsibilities



Directed to and used by owners, lender, tenants, and other program participants



Handbook has not been substantially revised since 1992



Extensive HUD/MBA dialogue on revisions



HUD’s Audrey Hinton & Eric Ramsey taking HUD lead



MBA’s Eileen Grey and Walker & Dunlop’s Sharon Walker leading industry
comments

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Unit I…….Introduction



Unit II……Getting Started



Unit III…...Emergency and Disaster Assistance



Unit IV……Enforcement



Unit V…….HUD
-
Held Servicing



Unit VI……Preservation



Unit VII…...Project Monitoring



Unit VIII…..Property Disposition



Unit IX…….Reserves and Escrows



Unit X……..Servicing Troubled Projects



Unit XI…….Subordinate Debt

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Introduction



A.

Organization of Handbook




B.

Goals, Responsibilities and Relationships




C.

Changing Concepts






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Getting Started



A.

Basic Document Files




B.

Initial Servicing



C.

Mortgagor Structures



D.

Previous Participation



E.

Record Keeping Systems



F.

GNMA


It’s Role and Organization

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Emergency and Disaster Assistance



A.

Relocation




B.

Section 8 Pass
-
Through Leases




C.

Multifamily Emergency/Disaster Guidance



(Ch. 38 of 4350.1)

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Enforcement



A.

Audits (I.G., GAO)



B.

Department Enforcement Center (DEC)



C.

Civil Rights


Related Requirements



D.

Mortgagor Requirements



E.

Tools


LDP, Informal Reviews, Debarments, etc.



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HUD
-
Held Servicing




A.

Assignment of Mortgage



B.

Foreclosures



C.

Mortgage Sales



D.

Workouts



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Preservation



A.

Combining Section 8 Contracts



B.

Decoupling



C.

Emergency Low
-
Income Housing Preservation Act



(ELIHPA) and Low
-
Income Housing Preservation



and Resident Homeownership Act of 1991(LIHPRHA)



D.

Flexible Subsidy



E.

Mark
-
to
-
Market (M2M)



F.

Nonprofit Proceeds Notice



G.

Partial Release of Security


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Preservation (cont.)



H.

Prepayments, Lockouts, and Penalties




I.

Section 8 HAP Assignment




J.

Surplus Cash Analysis



K.

Tax Credits and Subsidy Layering



L.

Section 8(bb)



M.

Section 212



N.

Use Agreements



O.

Releases and Satisfactions

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Project Monitoring



A.

Financial Statements/FASS



B.

Monthly Accounting Reports



C.

Commercial and Ground Leases



D.

Infestations



E.

Insurance and Loss Drafts



F.

Management and Operating Review



G.

Physical Inspections/PASS/Reverse Auctions

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Project
Monitoring (cont.)



H.

Preventing Defaults




I.

Preventing Mortgage Assignments



J.

Updating
iREMS



K.

Multifamily Delinquency and Default Reporting


System (MDDR)



L.

Environmental


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Property Disposition



A.

Pre
-
Foreclosure/Troubled Project Consultation



B.

Relocation



1.

HAP Abatement



2.

Vouchers



3.

PD Responsibilities



4.

FO/Hub Responsibilities



C.

Property Management



1.

MIP



2.

HUD
-
Owned (Deed
-
in
-
lieu)

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Property Disposition (cont.)


D.

Sales



1.

Foreclosures




A.

Types of Default




B.

Bankruptcy




C.

One Time
R
ight
T
o
C
ure




D.

The Foreclosure
R
ecommendation




E.

The Use Agreement





2.

Unit of Local Government (HUD
-
Owned) Sales




A.

Reverter

Deeds




B.

Equity Participation




C.

The Special Warranty Deed





3.

Terms and Conditions of Sales





4.

How the PD Center Advertises
S
ales and Listserv

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Property Disposition (cont.)



E.

Post
-
Sale Monitoring



1.

FO responsibilities






2.

PD responsibilities




a.

Repairs




b.

Up
-
Front Grant (UFG)






3.

Post
-
Sale Requests




a.

Conveyance




b.

Sale/
Refi




c.

LIHTC


pass
-
through leases




d.

The equity review

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Reserves and Escrows




A.

General Operating Reserves



B.

Reserve for Replacements



C.

Residual Receipts



D.

Section 202 Debt Service Reserves



E.

Special Escrows


Pre


and Post Final





Endorsement



F.

LIHTC Reserves



G.

New Projects with Special Escrows

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Servicing Troubled Projects




A.

Mortgage Modifications



B.

Partial Payment of Claims



C.

Risk Management/Watch List/MROC




D.

Refunding Tax
-
Exempt Bonds




E.

1
-
10 Scoring




F.

The
Ginnie

Mae Security


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Subordinate Debt




A.

Conventional Loans



B.

Liens



C.

Operating Loss Loans



D.

Subordination of Section 202 Loans



E.

Supplemental Loans



F.

Tax Credits and Subsidy Layering


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QUESTIONS?


THANK YOU!

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