Sam Chandan

Threat Alert? Homeownership Rate Inches Up

As the homeownership rate inches back up to 65 percent, should the multifamily market feel threatened? More

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Chandan: A New Paradigm or Wishful Thinking?

Factors including an imposing development pipeline, rising home values, and some easing in single-family credit will test the multifamily sector’s resilience. More

Is the Flight From Homeownership Cyclical or Structural?

The desirability of owning a home changes with the seasons, but the ability to finance a home purchase will likely shift in a more permanent way. More

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Is the Flight From Homeownership Cyclical or Structural?

The desirability of owning a home changes with the seasons, but the ability to finance a home purchase will likely shift in a more permanent way. More

Wells, CBRE, Berkadia were the Top Lenders of 2010

Wells Fargo was the most prolific multifamily lender in 2010 for the second year in a row, nearly doubling the volume of No. 2-ranked CBRE Capital Markets. More

Wells, CBRE, Berkadia were the Top Lenders of 2010

Wells Fargo was the most prolific multifamily lender in 2010 for the second year in a row, nearly doubling the volume of No. 2-ranked CBRE Capital Markets. More

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

More Distress Sales Coming as Banks Return to Health

With the banking sector continuing to lick its wounds and slowly return to health, more distressed multifamily assets are expected to hit the streets next year. More

Uncertainty of Execution

If 2007 was the end of the party, 2009 will be the worst part of the hangover. More

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