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More specifically, a recognition agreement is a contract between a subtenant and a prime landlord under which the prime landlord agrees to recognize the subtenant and the sublease if the tenant/sublandlord defaults under the prime lease and the prime landlord terminates the prime lease.
Non-disturbance is a contractual agreement by the lender not to disturb tenants possession of the property rented in the event of a foreclosure. A tenant should require a non-disturbance agreement from a lender in any situation in which the tenant is agreeing to subordinate the lease to the lien of the loan.
The primary effect of an SNDA is that the tenant agrees to subordinate its lease to the mortgage in exchange for the lender agreeing not to disturb the tenant if the lender forecloses its superior security interest in the real property.
Who Benefits from a Subordination Clause? A subordination clause is meant to protect the interests of the primary lender. A primary mortgage usually covers the cost of purchasing the home; however, if there is a secondary mortgage, the clause ensures that the primary lender retains the number one priority.
We briefly discuss three types of agreements below. An executory subordination agreement is an agreement under which the subordinating party, like the seller of land, agrees to execute a subsequent instrument subordinating his or her security interest to another security interest, like the lien of a construction loan.
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The primary effect of an SNDA is that the tenant agrees to subordinate its lease to the mortgage in exchange for the lender agreeing not to disturb the tenant if the lender forecloses its superior security interest in the real property.
Non-disturbance is a contractual agreement by the lender not to disturb tenants possession of the property rented in the event of a foreclosure. A tenant should require a non-disturbance agreement from a lender in any situation in which the tenant is agreeing to subordinate the lease to the lien of the loan.
The attornment clause in an SNDA obligates the tenant to recognize the new owner of the property as its landlord regardless of whether the new owner acquired the property through a normal sale or a foreclosure.
Who Benefits from a Subordination Clause? A subordination clause is meant to protect the interests of the primary lender. A primary mortgage usually covers the cost of purchasing the home; however, if there is a secondary mortgage, the clause ensures that the primary lender retains the number one priority.
Despite its technical-sounding name, the subordination agreement has one simple purpose. It assigns your new mortgage to first lien position, making it possible to refinance with a home equity loan or line of credit. Signing your agreement is a positive step forward in your refinancing journey.

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