Mike McRoberts

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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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Adjustable Rates Gain Traction as LIBOR Holds Steady

Many multifamily borrowers, especially short-term holders, are pursuing floating-rate debt again, attracted by the incredibly low rates and flexible pre-payment terms, said panelists at the recent Apartment Finance Today Conference. 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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Eyeing Rising Demand for Mezz, RCG Opens Conduit Line

As permanent loan rates continue to rise, mezzanine financing providers see a rising need for their product this year. And while demand for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's mezz programs has been light, one large mezz provider has opened a conduit business line to drive more production. More

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Eyeing Rising Demand for Mezz, RCG Opens Conduit Line

As permanent loan rates continue to rise, mezzanine financing providers see a rising need for their product this year. And while demand for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's mezz programs has been light, one large mezz provider has opened a conduit business line to drive more production. More

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GSE Market Share Drops in 2010

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac saw their multifamily debt volumes shrink slightly last year as emerging competition from banks, life insurance companies, and the CMBS sector finally started cutting into market share. More

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Freddie Mac Closed $15 Billion in 2010, Sees Rising Need for Mezz

Freddie Mac closed more than $15 billion in 2010—$3 billion in December alone—and would've closed more if not for the rising yield on the 10-year Treasury, which may hasten the need for more mezz loans this year. More

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Freddie Mac Closed $15 Billion in 2010, Sees Rising Need for Mezz

Freddie Mac closed more than $15 billion in 2010—$3 billion in December alone—and would've closed more if not for the rising yield on the 10-year Treasury, which may hasten the need for more mezz loans this year. More

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