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  • How Low Can It Go? Interest Rates on GSE Debt Plummet

    If you’re looking to lock up some long-term debt, you should probably look no further than Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

  • Affordable Housing Debt Outlook for 2011

    Access to debt and equity for affordable housing developments improved a little bit more each month this year.

  • Starrett City Scores $513 Million Freddie Mac Loan

    Wells Fargo has originated a $531.4 million loan for the massive affordable housing complex through Freddie Mac's Capital Markets Execution program, producing a happy ending for all those involved.

  • Seven-Step Strategy for Managing Maturities

    One of the biggest challenges facing owners today is managing thier loan maturities. What can you do to position yourself for relief? Here are seven steps suggested by servicers, asset managers, and workout specialists.

  • Grandbridge Amplifies Multifamily Debt Platform

    Grandbridge Real Estate Capital continues to expand its multifamily operations, both in terms of people and products.

  • Freddie Mac's New Products to Include Single-Loan Securitization

    Freddie's answer to Fannie's MBS would target only large deals.

  • Mezz Grows Costly

    AS BANKS AND OTHER institutional lenders scale back their balance-sheet lending appetite, it’s getting harder to find mezzanine financing.

  • People

    Carol Galante, a recognizable and progressive thought leader within affordable and multifamily housing circles, was named deputy assistant secretary of multifamily housing at HUD.

  • News

    COLUMN FINANCIAL, THE commercial real estate lending arm of Credit Suisse, officially closed its doors in late March, shutting down its remaining offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

  • Tips on Refinancing Conduit Loans

    TODD GOULET, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT with KeyBank Real Estate Capital, has been getting a lot of desperate calls lately. About 25 percent of the apartment owners who call him are in trouble.