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  • Industry Dodges a Bullet—For Now

    A BROAD HOUSING BILL that includes far-reaching efforts to reform the nation’s housing and financial markets was signed by President Barack Obama in May.

  • Climate Change Bill May Impact Multifamily Industry

    THE CLIMATE CHANGE bill making its way through Congress has several provisions with big implications for multifamily owners and developers.

  • Tightening Up

    FREDDIE MAC MADE SOME BIG changes to its underwriting standards in the first quarter, a trend many see continuing throughout the year.

  • 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.

  • Business as Usual

    When an investor needed cash quickly to buy Hinkston Pond Apartments, it turned to a Fannie Mae program.

  • Record-Breaking Year for Freddie Mac

    Freddie Mac also had a record-setting year in 2008.

  • Mortgage Bankers Bet on Government

    San Diego— Massive losses and deep layoff s in the fi nance industry didn't stop bankers and commercial real estate dealmakers from converging on San Diego for this year's Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) Commercial Real Estate Finance/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo—but the crisis that...

  • Any Port in a Storm

    The top lenders aren't what they used to be.

  • A Whole New HUD?

    For years, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been Washington, D.C.'s incredible shrinking agency, beaten down by scandals, staff losses, budget cuts, and a diminished mandate.

  • Freddie’s Record-Setting Year

    Freddie Mac had a record-setting year in 2008.