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KBRA Downgrades Four Ratings and Affirms All Other Outstanding Ratings for WFCM 2019-C50

2 May 2024   |   New York


KBRA downgrades the ratings of four classes of certificates and affirms all other outstanding ratings of WFCM 2019-C50, an $824.6 million CMBS conduit transaction. The rating actions follow a surveillance review of the transaction, which has exhibited an increase in estimated losses since last review, primarily associated with the InnVite Hospitality loan (2.3% of the pool balance).

As of the April 2024 remittance period, there are seven specially serviced assets (15.1%), including one REO asset (1.8%), two loans (4.9%) that are in foreclosure, and two other loans (3.3%) that are 90+ days delinquent. KBRA identified 10 K-LOCs (20.2%), including the specially serviced assets. The K-LOCs include:

Two of the top 10 loans (7.4%):

  • Ohio Hotel Portfolio (4th largest, 4.0% of the pool balance)
  • The Colonnade Office Complex (8th largest, 3.4%)

Four K-LOCs (7.6%) have estimated losses:

  • 839 Broadway (2.7%, 17.7% estimated loss severity)
  • InnVite Hospitality Portfolio (2.3%, 35.5%)
  • 24 Commerce Street (1.8%, 57.9%, REO)
  • Staybridge Suites Odessa Interstate Highway 20 (0.9%, 30.8%)

The remaining four K-LOCs do not have estimated losses and represent 5.1% of the pool balance.

Excluding the K-LOCs with estimated losses, the transaction's WA KLTV is 103.2%, compared to 104.6% at last review and 100.4% at securitization. The KDSC is 1.52x, compared to 1.57x at last review and 1.68x at securitization.

Details concerning the classes with rating changes are as follows:

  • Class F to B (sf) from BB (sf)
  • Class G to CCC (sf) from B (sf)
  • Class X-F to B (sf) from BB (sf)
  • Class X-G to CCC (sf) from B (sf)

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Further information on key credit considerations, sensitivity analyses that consider what factors can affect these credit ratings and how they could lead to an upgrade or a downgrade, and ESG factors (where they are a key driver behind the change to the credit rating or rating outlook) can be found in the full rating report referenced above.

A description of all substantially material sources that were used to prepare the credit rating and information on the methodology(ies) (inclusive of any material models and sensitivity analyses of the relevant key rating assumptions, as applicable) used in determining the credit rating is available in the Information Disclosure Form(s) located here.

Information on the meaning of each rating category can be located here.

Further disclosures relating to this rating action are available in the Information Disclosure Form(s) referenced above. Additional information regarding KBRA policies, methodologies, rating scales and disclosures are available at

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