Commercial/multifamily mortgage debt outstanding rose by 1.3 percent ($45.4 billion) in the first quarter, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported.
MBA Awards $90,000-Plus in Path to Diversity Scholarships
National Mortgage Professional, June 11, 2019
MBA Joins Housing Coalition to Address CFPB's Proposed Regulation Change on Data Collection
Mortgage Media, June 12, 2019
Growth of Multifamily, CRE Loan Debt Shows Strong Interest in Sector
National Mortgage News, June 12, 2019--Paul Centopani (subscription)
Freddie Mac Targeting ESG Investors With Green Mortgage Bonds
Bloomberg, June 10, 2019--Adam Tempkin
Can Fannie, Freddie Be Overhauled Without Congress?
National Mortgage News, June 7, 2019--Hannah Lang (subscription)
Why Tier 2 Cities Have Real Estate Buyers' Attention
Forbes, June 7, 2019--Evan Gentry
Newmark Realty Capital Arranges $76M
Newmark Realty Capital, San Francisco, arranged $75.6 million in permanent and construction financing for Washington retail and industrial assets.
MetLife Investment Management Names Ruggiero Head of Client Solutions
MetLife Investment Management, Whippany, N.J., MetLife's institutional asset management business, announced Adam Ruggiero will lead a newly created client solutions and product specialist team within real estate.
MBA, Trade Groups Urge CFPB to Raise HMDA Reporting Threshold
The Mortgage Bankers Association and a half-dozen other industry trade groups urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to increase the threshold for reporting Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data on closed-end mortgage loans.
1Q Commercial, Multifamily Mortgage Delinquencies At Record Lows
Commercial and multifamily mortgage delinquencies fell to near-record lows in the first quarter, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported.
MBA Chart of the Week: Transition from LIBOR
The vast majority of commercial and multifamily mortgage lenders report they are working on the transition away from LIBOR, but the devil is in the details. Most firms are already taking steps, but they also report relying on regulators and industry bodies to make decisions before they take certain actions.
Office Performance Mixed Amid Uneven Growth Distribution
The U.S. economic expansion could soon become the longest in history, but that growth is unevenly distributed, which means different office markets perform very differently, reported Cushman & Wakefield, New York.
Learning from CMBS Losses
One of the few positive implications of incurring losses on 12,000-plus loans is that one can extract some lessons about commercial real estate lending from the experience, said Brian Olasov, Executive Director with Carlton Fields, New York.
Affordable Housing Challenges Increase
Housing affordability remains a big problem in many metros, especially those with robust rent growth over the past few years, reported Reis, New York.
MBA Education Opportunity Zone Webinar June 19: A Guide to Evolving Program Rules
The Treasury Department recently issued Qualified Opportunity Zone program regulations. Join MBA Education and members of Ballard Spahr's Qualified Opportunity Zone team to dive into how this new set of regulations will affect investments in real estate and operating businesses located in QOZs.
CREF Market Intelligence Symposium in New York July 10-11
The Mortgage Bankers Association CREF Market Intelligence Symposium cuts through the clutter to provide hard facts about the state of commercial real estate markets--what we do and don't know.
MBA Education Multifamily Property Inspection Workshop in Los Angeles July 10-11
MBA Education presents its popular Multifamily Property Inspection Workshop in Los Angeles July 10 and 11.
Commercial Loan Origination Sales Training Workshop in Dallas Sept. 9
MBA Education presents its popular Commercial Loan Origination Sales Training Workshop in Dallas September 9.