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Weekly Roundup: June 22, 2018

The rise of green roofs, overall apartment performance and increasing monthly rents are covered in this week’s news highlights. First, National Apartment Association examines Denver’s decision to pass an initiative that requires new and existing buildings to add green spaces to rooftops. Next, RealPage states that many of the nation’s largest markets have outperformed historic

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Real Estate Weekly Roundup: June 15, 2018

This week’s industry news highlights feature information on small balance lending growth as well as the new amenities that are attracting college students. First, MBA reports that small balance multifamily lending could increase 4 to 6 percent this year due to factors like having a superior risk-adjusted performance outlook. Then, Multifamily Executive states that effective

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Bridge Market Grows More Liquid, Competitive

Authored by Michael Ratliff, the editor of ALEX Chatter.  The multifamily bridge loan space has become an increasingly popular lending sector as the current multifamily cycle has progressed. This is largely due to the rise of the value-add investment strategy. Strategic multifamily investors have benefitted greatly from the prevalence of older, mismanaged apartment inventory that’s

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Arbor Completes $200 Million Multifamily Loans That Span 5 States

    Renowned direct lender Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC [“Arbor”] recently announced the closing of $200,315,900 in loans for properties across five Southern and Midwestern states, including Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama and Ohio. The loans were procured through Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting & Servicing (DUS®) Loan, Fannie Mae DUS® Multifamily Affordable Housing, Fannie Mae DUS®

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Loan Processing Automation Evolves – Arbor LoanExpress Streamlines Online Multifamily Lending Space

  In the information age, convenient does not always mean better. The quest to build faster, advanced platforms sometimes results in overwrought machines that value flash over function. Unfortunately, in many instances, customer service often disappears along the way. Despite this, innovation and personalized care need not work at cross-purposes. Indeed, the two have driven

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