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GSEs Chase Recovering Seniors Housing Sector

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are hoping to drive production of more seniors housing volume, a sector which has registered a slow but steady improvement in fundamentals. More

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GSE Horse Race Runs Neck and Neck

As the fourth-quarter busy season gets under way, Freddie Mac has a slight underwriting advantage while Fannie Mae features a quicker turnaround. More

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Life Companies, Banks, Conduits Grow More Competitive

Unlike this time last year, borrowers have more options on permanent debt, as life insurance companies, banks, and even conduits start to give the GSEs a run for their money. More

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Life Companies, Banks, Conduits Grow More Competitive

Unlike this time last year, borrowers have more options on permanent debt, as life insurance companies, banks, and even conduits start to give the GSEs a run for their money. 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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CMBS Market Gathers Momentum

Berkadia and Walker & Dunlop recently opened their CMBS platforms, KeyBank and Marcus & Millichap closed their first CMBS loans in ages, plus several encouraging signs are gathering for the sector. More

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Pay to Play: Access to Construction Debt Hinges on Relationships

National and regional banks are slowly starting to provide construction debt again, but they're only opening the balance sheet to those with whom they have an existing or potential long-term relationship. More

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Pay to Play: Access to Construction Debt Hinges on Relationships

National and regional banks are slowly starting to provide construction debt again, but they're only opening the balance sheet to those with whom they have an existing or potential long-term relationship. More

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CMBS Loan Pricing Continues Slow, Steady Decline

Pricing on conduit loans has dropped more than 100 basis points in the last three months, as originators re-open and investor interest begins to offer the beleaguered industry some clarity. More

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CMBS Loan Pricing Continues Slow, Steady Decline

Pricing on conduit loans has dropped more than 100 basis points in the last three months, as originators re-open and investor interest begins to offer the beleaguered industry some clarity. More

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