Tag Archives: Commercial Real Estate

Weekly Roundup: July 13, 2018

Long-term flood insurance, sustainable design features and single-family renter demand are explored throughout this week’s selection of industry new stories. MBA, along with nearly two dozen industry trade groups, are pushing Congress to take action and implement a long-term extension for the National Flood Insurance Program. Then, NREI states that as more renters come to

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Weekly Roundup: July 6, 2018

This week’s industry news pieces feature information on the GSEs green incentives and small apartment buildings’ importance to urban workforce housing. First, Multifamily Executive states that green financing programs are picking up the pace in multifamily lending as the GSEs have made their programs more streamlined. Then, RealPage reports that Class C apartments have gained

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Ivan Kaufman, ceo of ALEX

U.S. Multifamily Remains Very Attractive to Foreign Investors

A new research blog post on ALEX Chatter examines the continued flood of foreign investment into U.S. multifamily. In fact, as Real Capital Analytics data points out, 2015 represented a new high for foreign investment in American apartments. Even more impressive was that the 2015 investment figure of $16.3 billion was nearly triple the $5.7

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Arbor’s Ties To Iconic NYC Landmarks

Arbor has originated billions of dollars in commercial real estate financing for more than two decades. Because of its long track record of work, Arbor’s commercial real estate financing business has quite naturally been steeped in history through the funding of several iconic New York buildings. Let me take you on a tour of three

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