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Houston -- Unlike other big cities, Houston has never had much of a history when it comes to single-room occupancy (SRO) developments.
With so many multifamily investors seeking maximum financial leverage in acquiring properties, it’s no surprise the two big government-sponsored enterprises continue refining customized mezzanine-type loan programs to supplement senior mortgages.
There you are, just trying to make an honest living as a contractor, when all of a sudden somebody you're doing business with declares bankruptcy. How will this affect you?
Many multifamily finance professionals seem to view 2006’s expected rising-interest-rate environment as something of a good news/bad newsscenario.
Recording a lien, step by step
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