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  • Centerline, Alliant Jump Into Small Loan Space

    Alliant Capital and Centerline Capital are opening small loan divisions dedicated to the multifamily industry in hopes of filling what has become a glaring void in the debt market.

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    Multifamily borrowers looking for small loans have to look a little harder these days.

  • Riverstone Hires SVPs

    Craig Rooney has been named senior vice president of Dallas-based Riverstone Residential Group. Rooney will oversee a portfolio of more than 12,000 apartments units located in Southern California.

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  • IESNY Sponsors Four-Part Series on the Incandescent/CFL Lamp Debate

    On April 21, 2007, The Illuminating Engineering Society's New York chapter held the first in its series of four panel discussions regarding the incandescent/compact fluorescent lamp debate. Representatives from the three major lamp manufacturers—General Electric (GE), Osram Sylvania, and...

  • Ample Samples

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  • Letters

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  • Report from Greenbuild

    greenbuild , the annual international conference and expo organized by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) was held this November in Atlanta. Attended this year by nearly 12,000 people (up 3,000 from last year), Greenbuild attracts a larger audience every year. Keynote speakers included...

  • More borrowers opt for defeasance

    As interest rates and operating expenses rise, more apartment owners are using defeasance of their securitized mortgages to tap trapped equity and refinance before rates get too high.

  • NEWS

    Multifamily industry leaders, who have complained that the federal government neglected their help in the post-hurricane Gulf Coast cleanup, are urging the government to adopt a more apartment-friendly approach.