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Wells, CBRE Lead Top 10 Multifamily Lenders of 2011

Wells Fargo was the top multifamily lender last year for the third year in a row, closing on more than $10.6 billion overall, up from $8.4 billion in 2010, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Mortgage Bankers Association. Read more

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Wells, CBRE Lead Top 10 Multifamily Lenders of 2011

Wells Fargo was the top multifamily lender last year for the third year in a row, closing on more than $10.6 billion overall, up from $8.4 billion in 2010, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). Read 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. Read more

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Construction Loans Getting Pricier?

The demand for construction debt is expected to be high in 2012 as developers urgently try to make up for lost time. But the supply of ready and willing banks will be a limiting factor. Read more

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Construction Loans Getting Pricier?

The demand for construction debt is expected to be high in 2012 as developers urgently try to make up for lost time. But the supply of ready and willing banks will be a limiting factor. Read more

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Conservative Terms Dominate Construction Financing Market

The construction debt market has slowly but surely returned, though the lessons learned through the last downturn are informing today's more conservative approach. Read more

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The Hunt Cos. Redeploy Military Construction Proceeds to become Full Service Multifamily Real Estate Firm The Hunt Cos. Redeploy Military Construction Proceeds to become Full Service Multifamily Real Estate Firm

After a decade long run as a preimminent miltary housing builder, the Hunt Cos. reinvest hundreds of millions in profits to become a full service multifamily real esate firm. Read more

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Construction Lenders Begin Catching the Fever

Since the start of the year, a growing number of construction debt providers have become increasingly aggressive, driving leverage levels up and spreads down. Read more

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Existing Home Sales End 2010 With a Bang

A 12% spike in December's sales rate over November was the fifth monthly increase in the previous six months. Read more

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Forecasters Hedge Bets on Improvements in Housing Market for 2011 Forecasters Hedge Bets on Improvements in Housing Market for 2011

Job growth will be key to spurring buyer demand. Read more

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