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  • Above and Beyond

    Citi Community Capital tops AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE's list of top lenders, originating about $1.8 billion in debt in 2007, or more than $400 million more than it posted in last year's survey.

  • People

    Richard L. McQuady has been named CEO of Kentucky Housing Corp.

  • People

    Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty has named Dan Bartholomay as commissioner of Minnesota Housing, the state housing agency.

  • Business as Usual, Mostly

    Fannie Mae is still providing debt financing for affordable housing, despite a capital markets meltdown and its placement in a conservatorship in early September.

  • Smoking Ban Good for Business

    Most residents are happy with the ban on smoking imposed by Portland, Ore.-based Guardian Management, LLC.

  • Be Brutally Realistic and Focus on Management, Multifamily Leaders Say

    Flat is the new up. Management matters.

  • Under Conservatorship, the GSEs Focus on Securitization Programs, Business as Usual

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have made securitization programs their No. 1 priority this year, according to the panelists of “The GSEs in the Age of Conservatorship” session at the 2009 Apartment Finance Today Conference

  • Capmark Staves Off Bankruptcy, Employees Flee

    Capmark Financial Group has completed a financial restructuring designed to keep the wolves away from its door for another year or two.

  • Alliance Residential Heads to Windy City

    Alliance Residential has opened a new office in Chicago, marking the Phoenix-based firm’s entrance into the Midwest.

  • Distressed Asset Prodigy: Hard Work, Homework, and Relationships

    Two years ago, Carlos Vaz arrived in Dallas with no local contacts and less than $100,000 to start his multifamily investment business.