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Fannie Mae has reorganized its affordable multifamily division hoping to speed up deal cycle timelines and maintain a more consistent approach across all of its markets.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Administration will prioritize preservation deals in 2011 to capture a wave of expiring Sec. 8 and tax-credit properties.
Freddie Mac will soon add affordable housing products to its Capital Markets Execution (CME), the company’s securitized mortgage program.
Affordable housing developers are leaving no stone unturned in their search for construction debt.
While the changes to the FHA's Sec. 221(d)(4) new construction program are aimed at market-rate deals, mixed-income and workforce housing developments will also be impacted.
THE FEDERAL HOUSING Administration (FHA) has become the most prolific and popular construction debt source since the advent of the credit crunch.
The GSEs released thier 2009 volume numbers, and the steep declines in production mirror an industry that continues to bounce around the bottom. Still, the figures indicate what strategies each GSE will employ in 2010.
The only game in town for construction debt is tightening its underwriting of market-rate deals.
Affordable housing developers continue to face limited options when looking for construction debt.
The most visible changes recently rolled out by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) address higher debt service and lower leverage levels on market-rate Sec. 221(d)(4) and Sec. 223(f) loans. But it’s not just underwriting that’s chan
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