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    Apartment borrowers are still waiting. Conduit loans, everyone’s favorite highleverage financing, have been unavailable since the capital crisis began last fall.

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    Apartment borrowers are still waiting. Conduit loans, everyone’s favorite highleverage financing, have been unavailable since the capital crisis began last fall

  • Looking to the Future

    Phoenix—Despite a generally gloomy view of the U.S. economy, the attendees at this magazine’s annual conference here were upbeat about their own apartment businesses.

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    Phoenix—As apartment owners and developers gather here for this magazine’s annual conference, there’s a lot for them to feel positive about despite the nation’s economic downturn and the sinking stock market.