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The Future of Fannie and Freddie May Soon Come Clear
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The Future of Fannie and Freddie May Soon Come Clear

Two upcoming action items may force the Trump administration to take a stance on... More

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Revisiting Craigslist: How to Post Like a Pro Revisiting Craigslist: How to Post Like a Pro

Here are a few tips on how to play by Craigslist's new rules. More

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Burned: Lessons in Fire Safety, Learned the Hard Way

Managers are no strangers to handling devastating blazes: Nationally, 28 percent of all residential fires were reported in multifamily buildings, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. More

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Baby Boomer Boom: Senior Housing Need to Rise In Near Future Baby Boomer Boom: Senior Housing Need to Rise In Near Future

While much of the talk about demographic demand-drivers centers on Gen Y, there's another population poised to reshape the multifamily landscape. 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. More

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HUD Appoints Head to Lead Multifamily Programs

Marie Head has been appointed deputy assistant secretary of multifamily housing programs at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tuesday, filling a post left vacant when Carol Galante became the acting Federal Housing Administration (FHA) commissioner in July. More

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Retro Grades

Benchmarking laws point toward a new industry in retrofitting existing buildings for compliance. More

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Slowness Kills: FHA Releases New MAP Guide, Hoping to Speed Up Loan Process

The FHA has overhauled its Multifamily Accelerated Processing guide in an effort to improve its notoriously long processing times. More

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Slowness Kills: FHA Releases New MAP Guide, Hoping to Speed Up Loan Process

The FHA has overhauled its Multifamily Accelerated Processing guide in an effort to improve its notoriously long processing times. More

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HUD Toughening Up on Large Loans

The FHA is working on some new underwriting rules to lower the leverage levels and up the debt service coverages on market-rate Sec. 221(D)(4) deals of over $50 million. More

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