REO Mortgage Loan definition

REO Mortgage Loan. Any Mortgage Loan which is not a Liquidated Loan and as to which the indebtedness evidenced by the related Mortgage Note is discharged and the related Mortgaged Property is held as part of the Trust Estate.
REO Mortgage Loan. A Mortgage Loan where title to the related Mortgaged Property has been obtained by the Servicer in the name of the Trustee on behalf of the Certificateholders.
REO Mortgage Loan. Any Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property has become an REO Property (including an REO Property consisting of the Trust’s beneficial interest in a Mortgaged Property acquired upon a foreclosure or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure of any of the Outside Serviced Mortgage Loans under the applicable Outside Servicing Agreement; for the avoidance of doubt, any such beneficial interest will not be serviced by the Special Servicer under this Agreement).

Examples of REO Mortgage Loan in a sentence

  • In the event that a Servicer is unable to dispose of any REO Mortgage Loan within the period mandated by each of the Servicing Agreements, the Master Servicer shall monitor such Servicer to verify that such REO Mortgage Loan is auctioned to the highest bidder within the period so specified.

  • The Master Servicer shall ensure that each REO Mortgage Loan is administered by the related Servicer at all times so that it qualifies as "foreclosure property" under the REMIC Provisions and that it does not earn any "net income from foreclosure property" which is subject to tax under the REMIC Provisions.

  • Neither the Trustee, the Master Servicer nor any Servicer, acting on behalf of the Trust Estate, shall provide financing from the Trust Estate to any purchaser of an REO Mortgage Loan.

  • The following pertains to any real estate acquired on behalf of Certificateholders through foreclosure, or grant of a deed in lieu of foreclosure or otherwise, of any REO Mortgage Loan: book value .......................................

  • Upon receipt of an Officer's Certificate of the Master Servicer or such Servicer stating that such Mortgage Loan was liquidated and that all amounts received or to be received in connection with such liquidation which are required to be deposited into the Certificate Account have been so deposited, or that such Mortgage Loan has become an REO Mortgage Loan, the Request for Release shall be released by the Trustee to the Master Servicer or such Servicer, as appropriate.


More Definitions of REO Mortgage Loan

REO Mortgage Loan. The successor mortgage loan to a Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination (including those deemed to be outstanding with respect to a Non-Trust-Serviced Pooled Mortgage Loan or a Serviced Pari Passu Companion Loan), which successor mortgage loan is deemed for purposes hereof to be outstanding with respect to each REO Property. Each REO Mortgage Loan shall be deemed to provide for monthly payments of principal and/or interest equal to its Assumed Monthly Payment and otherwise to have the same terms and conditions as its predecessor mortgage loan (such terms and conditions to be applied without regard to the default on such predecessor mortgage loan and the acquisition of the related REO Property on behalf of the Trust or, if applicable, in the case of any REO Property related to any Serviced Loan Combination, on behalf of the Trust and the respective holders of the related Serviced Pari Passu Companion Loan). Each REO Mortgage Loan shall be deemed to have an initial unpaid principal balance and Stated Principal Balance equal to the unpaid principal balance and Stated Principal Balance, respectively, of its predecessor mortgage loan as of the date of the related REO Acquisition. All Monthly Payments (other than a Balloon Payment), Assumed Monthly Payments (in the case of a Balloon Mortgage Loan delinquent in respect of its Balloon Payment) and other amounts due and owing, or deemed to be due and owing, in respect of the predecessor mortgage loan as of the date of the related REO Acquisition, shall be deemed to continue to be due and owing in respect of an REO Mortgage Loan. In addition, all amounts payable or reimbursable to the applicable Master Servicer, the applicable Special Servicer, the Trust Advisor or the Trustee in respect of the predecessor mortgage loan as of the date of the related REO Acquisition, including any unpaid or unreimbursed Master Servicing Fees, Special Servicing Fees and Advances (together with Unliquidated Advances in respect of prior Advances), together with any related unpaid Advance Interest on such Advances (other than Unliquidated Advances), Trust Advisor Ongoing Fees and Trust Advisor Expenses, shall continue to be payable or reimbursable in the same priority and manner pursuant to Section 3.05(a) to the applicable Master Servicer, the applicable Special Servicer, the Trustee, the Trust Advisor or the Trust, as the case may be, in respect of an REO Mortgage Loan.
REO Mortgage Loan. Any Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property has become an REO Property.
REO Mortgage Loan shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Servicing Agreement or such other analogous term used in the Servicing Agreement.
REO Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property has become an REO Property. Such Mortgage Loan shall be deemed to remain outstanding for purposes of various calculations under this Agreement notwithstanding that the related Mortgaged Property has become an REO Property.
REO Mortgage Loan. Any Mortgage Loan which is not a Liquidated Mortgage Loan and as to which the related Mortgaged Property is held as part of the Trust Fund.
REO Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan, a Serviced Companion Mortgage Loan or a B Note as to which the related Mortgaged Property is an REO Property.
REO Mortgage Loan means a Mortgage Loan as to which the related Mortgaged Property is an REO Property.