Lending Forecast: GSEs Should Break Volume Records Again in 2016
New adjustments to the government-sponsored enterprises’ lending caps portend an...
2015 Poised to Be Busiest Year Ever for Multifamily Sales
With apartment transactions continuing to keep a torrid pace, industry analysts...
Bridge Lending Grows Ever More Liquid
Strong yields, value-add demand make the short-term financing mechanism...
Sales Rise, Cap Rates Fall in 1Q
Even without the the entity and portfolio-level activity of other sectors,...
What’s at Stake for the Industry in Tax Reform?
Tax reform will dominate Capitol Hill debate this year.
The Top 25 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2014
Last year, was another strong one for affordable housing lending as multifamily...
Cap-Rate Limbo: How Low Can They Go?
Already at historic lows, cap rates may yet fall lower this year, due to today's overheated investment environment.
Small Apartments: Are We Building Too Many?
Data from the past decade show the increasing popularity, and construction, of small units. But is the supply getting out of control?
Developers Seek to Restore Lost Luster to Baltimore's Marlborough Building
The Marlborough, once one of the most elegant apartment buildings in Baltimore, is...
Loan Maturities Loom for Multifamily Financing
Despite the mountain of loans coming due this year, the market more and more belongs to the borrower.