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The only game in town for construction debt is tightening its underwriting of market-rate deals.
Throw out everything you thought you knew about the capital markets: Today’s owners and developers are facing a new world order in their search for the best debt and equity deals.
Foreign investors are planning to increase their investments in U.S. apartments this year, building on their activity in 2009.
The mezzanine financing market is heating up in the first quarter of 2010, with all-in rates dropping and more lenders re-emerging from the shadows.
An interesting trend was buried toward the end of the Mortgage Bankers Association fourth quarter origination report.
The CMBS delinquency rate for multifamily loans has reached nearly 9 percent and will likely soon balloon another 400 basis points.
The low-income housing tax credit industry can breathe a little easier this year: Freddie Mac is not actively pursuing a sale of its tax-credit portfolio.
In many ways, Freddie Mac’s single-family side often overshadows the multifamily division.
The future of HUD’s Sec. 202 initiative is in doubt, as the 61-year old program suffers budget cuts and a proposed moratorium on new construction.
Public REITs are poised to break ground on as much as $1 billion in new development this year in another sign of industry confidence that fundamentals are improving.
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