Supermarket Income REIT plc announced that it has arranged a £61.3 million increase to its Revolving Credit Facility with Wells Fargo, a £20.0 million increase of the secured term loan with Deka and a one-year extension alongside a £10.0 million increase to its RCF with HSBC. The Company has exercised its accordion option under the Wells Fargo RCF, meaning the RCF has increased by £61.3 million. The remaining £38.7 million of the accordion remains undrawn and is exercisable at any time over the term of the RCF. This secured, interest-only, RCF has a remaining term of four years and two further one-year extension options. The new tranche has a term of two years plus three one-year extension options and a margin of 1.40% above SONIA, which is currently equivalent to a total cost of c.1.45%. The secured term loan with Deka was increased by £20.0 million to £96.6 million for the remaining three-year term with two further one-year extension options. The new tranche of the secured term loan has a fixed rate of 1.70%. The existing RCF with HSBC has been extended by one year, representing a remaining term of two years. This RCF was increased by £10.0 million to £150.0 million, at a margin of 1.75% over SONIA which is currently equivalent to a total cost of c.1.80%.