What is a Single Asset Entity (SAE)?

Single Asset Entity (SAE) Definition

A single asset entity, or SAE, is usually a limited liability company (LLC) that owns real estate but no other assets. In real estate, an SAE is typically set up for the ownership of a property. HUD multifamily loans typically require that borrowers hold their property in a single asset entity, which is also often referred to as a single-purpose entity (SPE).

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