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More stories about Multifamily

  • CMBS Delinquencies Continue Relentless Climb

    Hotel loans have surpassed multifamily loans for the dubious distinction of highest CMBS delinquency rate, according to Fitch Ratings.

  • Glimmers of Hope Emerge in the Multifamily Market

    The third quarter was the strongest to date for the apartment transaction market this year, with the highest volume and largest deals.

  • Freddie's Mike May: 2010 Will Be A Tough Year

    It’s been a turbulent year for the multifamily industry, but not nearly as turbulent as it could’ve been.

  • The Top 10 Multifamily Deals of the Decade

    The past decade bore witness to the largest multifamily deals in history, all of which occurred before the capital markets came crashing to a halt in mid-2008.

  • On the Line

    Charlotte, N.C.—Approximately 1,200 multi family units in four developments are going up within about a half-mile of each other along the city's new lightrail line.

  • FHA Aligns with Tax Credits

    The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has made sweeping changes to its multifamily programs to make them work better with low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).

  • GSE Regulator Affirms Affordable Housing Commitment

    The sudden government takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac raised concerns about the governmentsponsored enterprises’ (GSE) continuing support for affordable housing, and the new GSE regulator has tried to calm those fears by affirming their commitment to their basic mission.

  • Multifamily's Ups and Downs

    Each month of 2008 brought more doom and gloom to the nation’s mounting economic crisis, and better news doesn’t appear to be on the horizon.

  • Texas-Size Growth

    Dallas— The large number of apartments under construction shows the confidence developers have in this market.

  • Q&A With Mike May

    The government’s seizure of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae in early September was a historic event, a shocking twist in the tale of the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs).