Interest Reserve

An Interest Reserve is used in real estate debt financing instruments, whereby the borrower funds interests as capital that is held by the lender as collateral in the reserve account to cover loan interest shortfalls by the borrower during construction and lease-up.

The reserve accounts are either pre-funded by the borrower or funded at regular intervals. 

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