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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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Bulls vs. Bears Debate Multifamily Outlook at AFT Conference

While the outlook for the multifamily industry is inspiring optimism, several factors might still derail the sector's recovery, warned panelists at the 2011 Apartment Finance Today Conference, held in Dallas earlier this week. More

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Bulls vs. Bears Debate Multifamily Outlook at AFT Conference

While the outlook for the multifamily industry is inspiring optimism, several factors might still derail the sector's recovery, warned panelists at the 2011 Apartment Finance Today Conference, held in Dallas earlier this week. More

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Red Capital Returns to the Fold

Red Capital Group has come back to its roots as an entrepreneurial firm after being acquired by an investment group led by ORIX USA Corp. and Stonehenge Partners. 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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Multifamily Construction Continues Decline Multifamily Construction Continues Decline

Lenders and developers can't seem to agree on who is to blame for the construction dryspell in the multifamily industry. More

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