Capital Markets: Consider risk-adjusted pricing

Lenders that offer it can be a good option for medical office building financing

By Erik Tellefson

Risk-adjusted pricing is pricing that is commensurate with a lender’s level of perceived risk in a transaction. Typically, the lender’s level of perceived risk for the purposes of risk-adjusted pricing is related to leverage or the amount of debt relative to the value of the asset.

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