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Seeing Green in Philadelphia

Transit-oriented project is the first in the U.S. to earn LEED Platinum for Neighborhood Development. More

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Sares Regis Rolls Out Rental In Bay Area Sares Regis Rolls Out Rental In Bay Area

Its Northern California group has 13 projects in play. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2011

The affordable housing debt industry posted another strong year in 2011 as the major banks jockeyed for position while private agency lenders re-engaged the market. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2011

The affordable housing debt industry posted another strong year in 2011 as the major banks jockeyed for position while private agency lenders re-engaged the market. More

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Beyond CRA: Community Lending as Much About Profits as Compliance

More banks are increasing their affordable housing lending operations—not because they have to but because they want to. More

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Beyond CRA: Community Lending as Much About Profits as Compliance

More banks are increasing their affordable housing lending operations—not because they have to but because they want to. More

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The Top 10 Affordable Housing Lenders of 2010

A sense of optimism now pervades the affordable housing debt industry after bouncing back from a dismal 2009. But that optimism is tempered, as the country's Top 10 affordable housing lenders ponder what effect the expiration of the TCAP and exchange programs will have on the affordable housing market. More

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Construction Debt Market Grows More Competitive

While the FHA remains the market-share leader, traditional construction lenders like Chase, U.S. Bank and Bank of America, and even insurance companies like MetLife and PacLife, are stepping back into the market. More

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Conduit Shops Open, But GSEs Still Dominate

Several conduit lenders, including JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs are cautiously re-opening their CMBS platforms, even as the market struggles with record-breaking delinquency rates. More

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Conduit Shops Open, But GSEs Still Dominate

Several conduit lenders, including JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs are cautiously re-opening their CMBS platforms, even as the market struggles with record-breaking delinquency rates. More

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