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As apartment fundamentals continue to erode, lenders are hoping to stop the increase in multifamily delinquency rates through a variety of portfolio management efforts.
One of the biggest issues facing multifamily lenders today is determining the “V” in LTV (loan-to-value).
Formerly active conduit lenders are quietly reopening their platforms in anticipation of the government’s TALF program for CMBS.
As the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) continue to dominate the multifamily lending arena, many institutional lenders are shying away from new originations.
The CMBS portion of TALF is gearing up for a second-half run that many hope will revive the dormant securitized loan market.
For the struggling CMBS industry, the medicine may be just as bad as the disease.
While the student housing market has been a bright spot for the multifamily industry this year, lenders are growing more conservative in their approach to the sector.
Freddie Mac is focusing on both the beginning and end of a loan’s life cycle to help lenders and borrowers get through the credit crisis.
Affordable housing deals have long enjoyed more favorable underwriting than their market-rate brethren.
One of the biggest challenges facing owners today is managing their loan maturities.
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