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Cap Rates Fall to Historic Lows as Investors Chase Yield Far Afield

Cap rates compressed even more in the gateway metros on the coasts in the year's first half. But those prices are pushing even the biggest institutional investors into secondary markets. More

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Prudential Expands Bridge Financing Program

Prudential Mortgage Capital Company is expanding its bridge financing program to reach more borrowers who need to buy some time before they qualify for long-term government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) loans. The new version of the program will provide financing for loan terms of up to three years allowing borrowers to make renovations and mature the properties. More

Life Companies Increase Allocations and Target Multifamily
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Life Companies Increase Allocations and Target Multifamily

Life insurance companies have increased their appetite this year and are charging... More

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Brain Drain: Mike McRoberts Leaves Freddie Mac

One of the longtime heads of Freddie Mac's multifamily division is bolting for the private sector. More

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Brain Drain: Mike McRoberts Leaves Freddie Mac

One of the longtime heads of Freddie Mac's multifamily division is bolting for the private sector. More

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Prudential Jumps Back Into CMBS

Prudential Mortgage Capital shut down its conduit operations in 2008, but the firm is now ready to jump back in through a joint venture with Perella Weinberg Partners. More

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What a Fully Private Debt Market Would Mean to Multifamily Owners

Investors considering acquisitions today should anticipate the interest rate and cap rate volatility that would arise in the absence of the GSEs. 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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Industry Luminaries Spotlight the Way Forward at 2010 Apartment Finance Today Conference

The multifamily industry is at an inflection point, as cautious optimism based on improving fundamentals clashes with some sobering challenges, according to a leadership roundtable discussion that kicked off the 2010 Apartment Finance Today Conference earlier this week. More

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