Moody’s: Single-family rental equity securitization poses more risk

New York, March 06, 2014 — Moody’s Investors Service, in a pair of new reports released today, looks at the emerging market for single-family rental securitizations and outlines its criteria for rating these deals. Moody’s rated the first deal in this sector, Invitation Homes 2013-SFR, in November 2013.

In the fall of 2013, private equity firm Blackstone LP issued the first single-family rental (SFR) securitization: Invitation Homes 2013-SFR 1. In March, Colony Capital released another SFR securitization. The Invitation Homes 2013-SFR 1 was backed by 3,207 single-family rental homes concentrated in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, and Illinois.

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The "equity" structure favored by bankers for deals in which real-estate investors create securities backed by the rental payments of single-family homes poses significant risks to investors.