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  • Latent Power

    When Trinity Property Consultants began its search for revenue management software, it naturally turned to the industry’s two leading offerings, Rainmaker’s LRO and Real- Page’s YieldStar.

  • Worries Grow Over Major Portfolio Sales

    The possibility of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae selling a large portion of their lowincome housing tax credit (LIHTC) portfolios looms over the struggling tax credit market.

  • Hits & Misses

    Capmark Financial Group has completed a financial restructuring designed to keep the wolves away from its door.

  • Latent Power

    Sometimes, the answer to your software needs might be hiding in plain sight.

  • Affordable, If You Can Find It

    While construction financing remains relatively affordable, fewer deals are penciling out these days, and underwriting standards continue to tighten.

  • 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.

  • Private Money Steps Up

    SMALL, PRIVATE EQUITY GROUPS are flooding the marketplace, and investors are targeting cash-on-cash returns over internal rate of return (IRR), say industry experts.

  • Obama Outlines Spending Plans

    President Barack Obama has outlined a fiscal 2010 budget that provides more funding for federal housing programs, including $1 billion for the national Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

  • Meeting Multifamily Mortgage Needs

    Though the current financial crisis originated in the single-family sector, as APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY readers well know, it has since spread to other sectors. Thus, there is a looming liquidity crisis that could seriously impair the apartment sector.

  • Making Room for Green

    DEERFIELD BEACH, FLA.—While other developers are tightening their corporate belts, Carlisle Development Group found a surplus in the construction budget for its Tallman Pines redevelopment big enough to try green building, thanks to conservative budgeting and boom-time tax credit prices.