Colony American Homes is prepping its second single-family securitization. The $558.5 million CAH 2014-2 is a similar size to Colony’s first deal, but has a structural twist: the firm has removed its cap on the aggregate percentage of tenants required to satisfy a 40% rent-to-income ratio, according to a pre-sale report from Kroll Bond Ratings. By comparison, the firm’s first offering....

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