David Durning

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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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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Bridge Building: Debt for Transitional Assets is Coming Back

The bridge loan market is starting to heat up, as providers see more opportunity in lending to transitional assets and distress acquisitions. More

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Bridge Building: Debt for Transitional Assets is Coming Back

The bridge loan market is starting to heat up, as providers see more opportunity in lending to transitional assets and distress acquisitions. 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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Multifamily Lenders Struggle to Divine Value, Cap Rates in Volatile Market

One of the biggest issues facing multifamily lenders today is determining the “V” in LTV (loan-to-value). In the past, lenders could easily turn to the acquisition market to get a current read on valuations. But since there are very few acquisitions this year, lenders have nothing to measure against: In the absence of a trade, there’s no market-determined value. Anecdotally, everyone knows that values are falling in most, if not all, markets today. But how can you measure the rate of descent for that falling knife? More

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