Rate Floor The minimum per annum Mortgage Interest Rate permitted under the related Mortgage Note. Rating Agency: Initially, each of S&P and Xxxxx’x and thereafter, each nationally recognized statistical rating organization that has rated the Certificates at the request of the Company, or their respective successors in interest. Ratings: As of any date of determination, the ratings, if any, of the Certificates as assigned by the applicable Rating Agencies.

State ceiling means the State’s housing credit ceiling established pursuant to Section 42(h)(3)(C) of the Code.

Rate Center means the specific geographic point that has been designated by a given LEC as being associated with a particular NPA-NXX code that has been assigned to the LEC for its provision of Telephone Exchange Service. The Rate Center is the finite geographic point identified by a specific V&H coordinate, which is used by that LEC to measure, for billing purposes, distance sensitive transmission services associated with the specific Rate Center.

Rate Year means July 1st of a given Calendar Year through June 30th of the succeeding Calendar Year.

Overdraft Rate means the per annum rate of interest, regardless of compounding frequency, designated by the Financial Institution as its “Overdraft Rate” from time to time.

Adjustable Rate Certificates The Class A Certificates and the Mezzanine Certificates.

Rate Center Area means the following in each applicable area:

Blended Rate means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the sum of the effective rates of tax imposed on the aggregate net income of the Corporate Taxpayer in each state or local jurisdiction in which the Corporate Taxpayer files Tax Returns for such Taxable Year, with the maximum effective rate in any state or local jurisdiction being equal to the product of: (i) the apportionment factor on the income or franchise Tax Return filed by the Corporate Taxpayer in such jurisdiction for such Taxable Year, and (ii) the maximum applicable corporate tax rate in effect in such jurisdiction in such Taxable Year. As an illustration of the calculation of Blended Rate for a Taxable Year, if the Corporate Taxpayer solely files Tax Returns in State 1 and State 2 in a Taxable Year, the maximum applicable corporate tax rates in effect in such states in such Taxable Year are 6% and 5%, respectively and the apportionment factors for such states in such Taxable Year are 60% and 40%, respectively, then the Blended Rate for such Taxable Year is equal to 5.6% (i.e., 6% times 60% plus 5% times 40%).

Excess Rate With respect to each ARD Loan, the excess of (i) the applicable Revised Rate over (ii) the applicable Mortgage Rate, each as set forth in the Mortgage Loan Schedule.

LIBOR Floor means 0.00%.

LIBOR Daily Floating Rate means, for any day, a fluctuating rate of interest per annum equal to LIBOR as published on the applicable Bloomberg screen page (or such other commercially available source providing such quotations as may be designated by Administrative Agent from time to time), at approximately 11:00 a.m., London time, two (2) London Banking Days prior to such day, for Dollar deposits with a term of one (1) month commencing that day; provided that if the LIBOR Daily Floating Rate shall be less than zero, such rate shall be deemed zero for purposes of the Loan Documents.

Floating Rate Certificates The Class A Certificates and the Mezzanine Certificates.

Ceiling Rate means, with respect to any Calculation Period, the rate set forth as the “Ceiling Rate” on the attached Schedule I.

Loan Rate for any Mortgage Loan and on any day means the per annum rate of interest applicable under the related Credit Line Agreement to the calculation of interest for the day on the Asset Balance of the Mortgage Loan.

Heat Rate means the quantity of BTU’s consumed to produce a kilowatt-hour of energy, calculated as follows:

Weighted Average Advance Rate means, as of any date of determination with respect to all Eligible Collateral Obligations included in the Adjusted Aggregate Eligible Collateral Obligation Balance, the number obtained by (i) summing the products obtained by multiplying (a) the Advance Rate of each such Eligible Collateral Obligation by (b) such Eligible Collateral Obligation’s contribution to the Adjusted Aggregate Eligible Collateral Obligation Balance and (ii) dividing such sum by the Adjusted Aggregate Eligible Collateral Obligation Balance.

Rate Period has the meaning set forth in the Statement.

Rate Protection means the payment of premiums for a defined period of time not exceeding 12 months, in advance of a rate increase that will not require any further payments to cover any difference between the advance payment and the new premium rate.

Fixed Rate Certificates As specified in the Preliminary Statement.

Interest Margin Except as set forth in the following sentence, with respect to each Class of Regular Certificates, the following percentages: Class I-A Certificates, 0.150%; Class II-A-1 Certificates, 0.050%; Class II-A-2 Certificates, 0.110%; Class II-A-3 Certificates, 0.160%; Class II-A-4 Certificates, 0.240%; Class M-1 Certificates, 0.270%; Class M-2 Certificates, 0.310%; Class M-3 Certificates, 0.330%; Class M-4 Certificates, 0.380%; Class M-5 Certificates, 0.420%; Class M-6 Certificates, 0.510%, Class M-7 Certificates, 0.950%, Class M-8 Certificates, 1.100%, Class M-9 Certificates, 1.950%, Class M-10 Certificates, 2.000% and Class M-11 Certificates, 2.000%. On the first Distribution Date after the Optional Termination Date, the Interest Margins shall increase to the following percentages: Class I-A Certificates, 0.300%; Class II-A-1 Certificates, 0.100%; Class II-A-2 Certificates, 0.220%; Class II-A-3 Certificates, 0.320%; Class II-A-4 Certificates, 0.480%; Class M-1 Certificates, 0.405%; Class M-2 Certificates, 0.465%; Class M-3 Certificates, 0.495%; Class M-4 Certificates, 0.570%; Class M-5 Certificates, 0.630%; Class M-6 Certificates, 0.765%, Class M-7 Certificates, 1.425%, Class M-8 Certificates, 1.650%, Class M-9 Certificates, 2.925%, Class M-10 Certificates, 3.000% and Class M-11 Certificates, 3.000%.

Ceiling means the height above the ground or water of the base of the lowest layer of cloud below 6 000 m (20 000 ft) covering more than half the sky;

Revolving Interest Rate means an interest rate per annum equal to (a) the sum of the Alternate Base Rate plus the Applicable Margin with respect to Domestic Rate Loans and (b) the sum of the Eurodollar Rate plus the Applicable Margin with respect to Eurodollar Rate Loans.

Rate means the Adjusted LIBO Rate and the Alternate Base Rate.

Floating Rate Interest Period means, during the Floating Rate Period, the period beginning on (and including) a Floating Rate Period Interest Payment Date and ending on (but excluding) the next succeeding Floating Rate Period Interest Payment Date; provided that the first Floating Rate Interest Period will begin on (and include) April 18, 2025 and will end on (but exclude) the first Floating Rate Period Interest Payment Date.

Prime Rate Spread means the difference (expressed as the number of basis points) between (a) LIBOR plus the Spread on the date LIBOR was last applicable to the Loan and (b) the Prime Rate on the date that LIBOR was last applicable to the Loan; provided, however, in no event shall such difference be a negative number.