Definition of Tenant Underwriting Criteria


Tenant Underwriting Criteria means the standards, procedures and guidelines of the REO Subsidiary for the approval of any Tenant, which are set forth in the written policies and procedures of the REO Subsidiary, a copy of which have been provided to Buyer and such other criteria as are identified to and approved in writing by Buyer.
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Examples of Tenant Underwriting Criteria in a sentence

All Rental Properties shall be managed by a Property Manager and shall exceed or meet the Leasing Criteria and Tenant Underwriting Criteria.
A true and correct copy of the Underwriting Guidelines, Acquisition Guidelines, Leasing Criteria and Tenant Underwriting Criteria, each certified by an officer of the Underlying Repurchase Counterparty.
Buyer or its designee shall have received on or before the day of entering into additional Transactions a materially true and correct copy of the Leasing Criteria and Tenant Underwriting Criteria.
The Underwriting Guidelines, Acquisition Guidelines, Leasing Criteria and Tenant Underwriting Criteria provided to Buyer are the true and correct Underwriting Guidelines, Acquisition Guidelines, Leasing Criteria and Tenant Underwriting Criteria of the Underlying Repurchase Counterparty.
Without the prior written consent of Administrative Agent, no Seller shall amend or otherwise modify or permit the amendment or modification of the Underwriting Guidelines, Acquisition Guidelines, Leasing Criteria or Tenant Underwriting Criteria in any material respect.