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More stories about Multifamily

  • Multifamily Lenders Struggle to Divine Value, Cap Rates in Volatile Market

    One of the biggest issues facing multifamily lenders today is determining the “V” in LTV (loan-to-value).

  • A TARP/TALF Primer for Multifamily Borrowers

    Understanding the U.S. government’s various financial stability programs can be difficult, to say the least.

  • Agents of Change

    Where would the multi family industry be without Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

  • Foreign Investors Ready Funds for Second Half

    Foreign real estate investors are growing increasingly optimistic that the U.S. commercial real estate market will rebound in the second half of 2010.

  • Multifamily Delinquencies Lead the CMBS Funeral March

    Large, aggressively underwritten loans are increasingly going south, and declining fundamentals for the multifamily industry mean that CMBS delinquencies are accelerating as the year goes on.

  • Multifamily Firms Rebid Contracts to Cut Costs

    While the recession has chipped away at the balance sheets of many multifamily firms, it’s also presented opportunities to cut down on some costs.

  • Multifamily Firms Rebid Contracts to Cut Costs

    While the recession has chipped away at the balance sheets of many multifamily firms, it’s also presented opportunities to cut down on some costs.

  • Uncertainty of Execution

    If 2007 was the end of the party, 2009 will be the worst part of the hangover.

  • Phil Weber Leaves Fannie Mae

    Phil Weber has left his post as head of Fannie Mae’s multifamily division to become an executive vice president at Austin, Texas-based Forestar Group.

  • Grandbridge Amplifies Multifamily Debt Platform

    Grandbridge Real Estate Capital continues to expand its multifamily operations, both in terms of people and products.