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Construction Loans Fall Victim to Concentration-Risk Concerns
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Construction Loans Fall Victim to Concentration-Risk Concerns

Some banks are being more cautious with capital for new-apartment development. More

CMBS Sector Begins Rebound in Second Half of 2016
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CMBS Sector Begins Rebound in Second Half of 2016

After a rocky first half, the sector looks to rally on the back end. More

Second-Half Surge? There’s Still Room for More Cap Rate Compression
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Second-Half Surge? There’s Still Room for More Cap Rate Compression

Foreign capital, healthy risk premium continue to drive prices up and cap rates... More

Tighten Up: Construction Loans Are Growing Constricted
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Tighten Up: Construction Loans Are Growing Constricted

Today's robust pipeline of new units has given pause to construction lenders. More

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Multifamily’s Debt Kings Multifamily’s Debt Kings

The GSEs still rule the apartment lending landscape, but plenty of other options abound. More

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Life Companies Get Creative in Battle With GSEs

Life insurance companies are winning deals over government-sponsored enterprises with creative underwriting practices. More

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Uncertainty Surrounds ARA in the Wake of Sales Rumors

As rumors surround a possible ARA sales, a number of the firm's associates have left over the last couple of months. More

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Conduit Lending Gains Momentum

Lenders expect conduit loan volume to climb as the year continues. However, the market's comeback in the multifamily world isn't expected to reach boom-era levels, at least not in 2013. More

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Construction Lenders Step Up Competition in Flight to Safety

The construction debt market is heating up, though much of the activity is concentrated on a continued "flight to safety" by financiers. More

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Beyond the Sexy Six: The Hottest Secondary Markets for Multifamily Investment

Of the Top 10 markets with the most cap-rate compression last year, five were in the Midwest. A peek inside the numbers shows which secondary markets are primed for big years in 2012. More

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