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Fannie Outpacing Freddie on Affordable Housing Preservation

Affordable housing borrowers looking for permanent loans are finding more success using Fannie Mae's MBS than Freddie Mac's CME. More

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GSEs Tighten Up Borrower Scrutiny, Despite Looser Underwriting

Borrower scrutiny is at an all-time high at the government-sponsored enterprises, even as credit conditions begin to loosen up. More

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GSEs Tighten Up Borrower Scrutiny, Despite Looser Underwriting

Borrower scrutiny is at an all-time high at the government-sponsored enterprises, even as credit conditions begin to loosen up. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2009

Bank of America claims the leadership position on Affordable Housing Finance's exclusive Top Lenders survey, leaping over Citi Community Capital for the first time in our third annual installment. In all, 2009 was an extremely challenging year, as nine of the top 10 lenders saw declines due to the continued erosion of the low-income housing tax credit market. More

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Driven by Refis, Some Affordable Housing Lenders Expand

Many of the affordable housing industry's largest lenders struggled through 2009 with significant declines in originations. But some smaller, more nimble organizations actually saw increases last year, mainly due to an increase in refinancing volume. More

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Driven by Refis, Some Affordable Housing Lenders Expand

Many of the affordable housing industry's largest lenders struggled through 2009 with significant declines in originations. But some smaller, more nimble organizations actually saw increases last year, mainly due to an increase in refinancing volume. More

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GSE Debt Gets Pricier as the Benchmark Climbs

The rising yield on the 10-year Treasury note has sent debt prices from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac above the 6 percent mark. More

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Fannie's Small Loan Program Draws Interest, Though Few Deals Make the Cut

Fannie Mae's small loan program is more attractive than what regional and community banks offer, but finding a DUS lender willing to go below $1 million may be tricky. More

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October 2009 News Roundup October 2009 News Roundup

Police departments set up shop in apartments, multifamily frim achieves the 100 percent virtual lease, and more industry news. More

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Centerline, Alliant Jump Into Small Loan Space

As commercial banks continue to shy away from the small loan space, two Fannie Mae lenders are starting divisions dedicated to small loans for the multifamily industry. More

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