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FHA Achieves Second Highest Year of Multifamily Insurance Endorsements by Dollar Volume

Operational efficiencies and policy changes also have helped clear the application... More

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New MAP Guide Features Key Environmental Changes

FHA lenders share the latest updates to the green MIP program and radon testing. More

Green Financing Programs Take Off

Fannie, Freddie, and the FHA are making it easier to go green. More

HUD Secretary Castro Calls for Change

HUD secretary Julian Castro addressed key housing industry stakeholders at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit on Tuesday, calling on advocates to keep pushing until housing finance reform is taken “over the finish line." More

No Hope for Housing Finance Reform Anytime Soon

In the seventh year of conservatorship, the fate of the government -sponsored enterprises remains unclear, said panelists Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit in Washington, D.C. More

Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk

A few months after being bought by Cantor Commercial Real Estate, Berkeley Point... More

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Cannabis Conundrum: What the New Pot Laws Mean to Multifamily

There’s no clear resolution in sight when it comes to the opposing stances between the federal government and an increasing number of states on the issue of marijuana legalization. And many in the multifamily industry are caught in between. More

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McKinley Breathes New Life into Ann Arbor Community

McKinley is doing a rehab of the 33-year-old, 120-unit unit Manchester West in Ann Arbor, Mich., which the company hopes will achieve a 24 percent ROI. More

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Senate Committee Approves Housing Finance Reform Bill

The Senate Banking Committee approved the Johnson-Crapo bill, but it looks unlikely that Congress will pass the legislation this year. More

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