Warehouse line renewal change
Are all warehouse lender switching their base computation?
Have a few months left before old line expires and I was surprised by calculation of the base rate that’s being proposed. Gone is the old LIBOR plus “x”. Replacement is the “adjusted LIBOR rate” – LIBOR divided by 1 minus the WAREHOUSE BANK’S reserve requirement under Reg D. Obviously we have no control of the reserve requirement and seems like a stealthy way to bump up the LIBOR base.
Not thrilled but if “everyone’s doing it” in this big bank era, it’s not worth running around trying to find a new bank. Any suggested warehouse folks? Suppose the alternative is numerous ASAPs each month.
by c-f-s January 21, 2013 3:27 PM
XUAN DO IS SCAMMER RUN FROM THIS GUY
by carlos123 January 21, 2013 6:27 PM
Prime rate as a base would be a bitch. Again ASAP which varies to an effective rate around 1.8%.
They’re wavering on this adjusted LIBOR. When asked what the adjusted LIBOR would be today, the bank balked and said “we don’t enforce that anyway.” So retire is from the verbiage.
Should be fun next couple of months!
by c-f-s January 22, 2013 3:09 PM
This is the implied rate between the discount on the ASAP transaction and the ultimate price at normal settlement. OUR WAREHOUSE RATE IS HIGHER but not that much so we do some ASAP and some regular deliveries. ASAP does not offer all the desire coupon rates at all times but this should be a tacit open to you.
by c-f-s January 22, 2013 6:04 PM