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What A Difference A Year Makes.

Multifamily operators prepare to navigate a sea of uncertainties in 2009. More

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MetLife, MDM Secure $250 Million Construction Loan

Joint venture partners Miami-based MDM Development Group and MetLife Insurance Co. put a big dent in the debt market crisis late last month, securing a $250 million construction loan for a multi-phase, $1.5 billion mixed-use development?Miami Metropolitan?in downtown Miami. More

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Columbia Tower

Broken elevators, collapsing stairwells, rusted-out appliances, and vacant units... More

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L.A. Story

City of Angels undertakes ambitous program. More

Credit Crunch Busters

When 2008 began, multifamily professionals were hopeful the credit crunch, which started in mid-2007, was beginning to turn around. More

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Deals on Ice as Bid and Ask Spreads Remain Prohibitive

The iced-up world of the credit markets-and trying to thaw them out-may merit all the attention it has gotten as governments and their central banks try repeatedly to reignite a "flow of funds" among banks amid a worsening economic crisis.  More

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Creative Freedom

Residents of Jackson, Mich., initially accepted the news that the local National... More

Banks Step Back

Commercial banks have scaled back balance-sheet lending in the second quarter of 2008, while steering customers to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac permanent loan programs. More

Credit Standards Tighten

Fannie Mae is processing deals hand over fist this year even as it makes significant adjustments to its credit standards. More

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