Mike May

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Multifamily’s Debt Kings Multifamily’s Debt Kings

The GSEs still rule the apartment lending landscape, but plenty of other options abound. More

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Growth Factor: Mike May Hopes to Take Cantor to New Heights

After stepping down from Freddie Mac's multifamily division in 2011, May is helping Cantor carve out its own place atop the CMBS industry. More

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Growth Factor: Mike May Hopes to Take Cantor to New Heights

After stepping down from Freddie Mac's multifamily division in 2011, May is helping Cantor carve out its own place atop the CMBS industry. More

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Mike May Leaves Freddie Mac

Mike May, an industry veteran and leader of Freddie Mac's multifamily division since 2006, has announced his resignation. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A With Freddie Mac's Mike May

Apartment Finance Today recently sat down with Freddie Mac's Mike May to get his perspective on the competitive landscape, both against chief rival Fannie Mae and the private sector, as well as the company's plans for 2011. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A With Freddie Mac's Mike May

Apartment Finance Today recently sat down with Freddie Mac's Mike May to get his perspective on the competitive landscape, both against chief rival Fannie Mae and the private sector, as well as the company's plans for 2011. More

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MetLife Leads Insurance Company Charge to Multifamily

The GSEs are beginning to hear footsteps at their back as insurance companies re-engage the market with higher leverage levels and improved pricing. More

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Capital for Value-Add Deals Starts to Loosen Up

As fundamentals continue to improve in many markets, more lenders are slowly starting to grow comfortable with the idea of underwriting rent growth. More

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Freddie Mac Debuts Mezzanine Initiative

Freddie Mac has rolled out a mezzanine arrangement aimed at plugging the gaps in the capital stack of overleveraged multifamily borrowers. More

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Mezz Market Heats Up in First Quarter

The mezzanine financing market is heating up in the first quarter of 2010, with all-in rates dropping and more lenders re-emerging from the shadows. More

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