The data files contain a wealth of information, including the true owners, former loan amounts, former lenders, notes, and links to the property’s Acris webpage, so you can seamlessly integrate your workflow with the latest property changes. To subscribe, for $50 per month (cancel any time), click the link here.
Click here for a how-to guide leading a user through the valuable fields.
To access the data and get the most out of it, please review this guide.
1) Open the Excel file and review the 26 column headers for the LOANS.
Total loan Loan total following analysis of various loan documents.
BORROWER PINCUSCO True owner behind the LLC, either an individual or a company.
BORROWER ACRIS Owner entity in Acris, typically an LLC.
BORROWER SIGNATORY Signatory for the borrower on the loan documents.
LENDER PINCUSCO True lender, which is typically the same as the Acris lender, but occasionally the lender is shielded by an LLC and we seek to unmask that.
LENDER ACRIS Lender in Acris
LENDER SIGNATORY Lender signatory, but most of the time there is no signatory.
Commercial/Residential Type of asset. If there are multiple, this simply reflects one random property.
CRFN Key that allows a user to immediately go to the document. CRFN is an acronym for City Register File Number and is a unique identifier for transactions.
Combo BBLs Up to five BBLs that are part of a multi-property transaction.
Doc Date The closing date for the loan.
Recorded / Filed The date the transaction was recorded with the city.
Tax Class The Department of City Planning or Finance tax class for the property. If there are multiple properties, it is the tax class for one random property.
TAX CLASS LANGUAGE City’s description of the particular tax class.
Total Count for CRFN Number of parcels in the loan package.
TOTAL RES UNITS Number of residential units in the loan package.
LAST CHANGE Notes on the transaction.
Loan Type Type of loan, either new construction, rehab construction, refi, acquisition, initial or assignment. Construction loans are loans with “building loans;” “initial” loans representthe first time the borrower has placed debt on the property that is not recenlty purchased.
Prior lender The originator of the prior loan.
Prior loan amount The maximum amount of the prior loan.
Property Link Link to the property record.