Commercial and multifamily mortgage delinquencies remained at a low rate in the final three months of 2018, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's 4th Quarter Commercial/Multifamily Delinquency Report.
The Rise of Debt Funds
Commercial Property Executive, Mar. 4, 2019--Paul Fiorilla (MBA mention)
Inclusion, Demographics, and the MBA's Role
Mortgage Media, Mar. 6, 2019--S.A. Ibrahim
REITs Take On New Shine Amid Fed's Softened View on Rates
Wall Street Journal, March 4, 2019 --Jessica Menton (subsription)
Net Lease: CRE's Safest Play
National Real Estate Investor, Feb 28, 2019--Beth Mattson-Teig
Love Funding Secures $28M for Adaptive Re-Use, Multifamily
Love Funding, Washington, D.C., closed bridge and permanent loans totaling $27.7 million in Wisconsin and Tennessee.
Guild Joins Grandbridge Real Estate Capital
Grandbridge Real Estate Capital announced Jeff Guild joined the company's Norfolk, Va., commercial loan origination team as an assistant vice president.
MBA, Trade Groups Ask Agencies to Delay CECL Accounting Standard
The Mortgage Bankers Association and nearly a dozen industry trade groups asked federal agencies to delay the January 2020 implementation of controversial accounting standard, saying more analysis of potential consequences to lenders and consumers is needed.
MBA-Led Coalition Urges FHFA to Make Market Stability Priority in GSE Reform
The Mortgage Bankers Association, joined by 27 other organizations representing a cross-section of consumer and industry organizations, sent a letter Friday to Federal Housing Finance Agency Acting Director Joseph Otting on priorities for preserving access and affordability when undertaking administrative reforms to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Industrial Market Finishes 2018 at Near Record Low Vacancies
The industrial real estate market's vacancy rate closed 2018 at a near record low 4.9 percent, and e-commerce could further improve its performance going forward, analysts said.
CBRE: Cap Rates Remain Stable
Strong economic growth, abundant capital and a favorable supply and demand environment led to broadly stable capitalization rates for U.S. commercial real estate assets in second-half 2018, said CBRE, Los Angeles.
Report Cites Obstacles To Multifamily Development
The most significant barrier new multifamily development faces is the rising cost of construction, reported Colliers International, Toronto.
Construction Sector Powers Forward
Last year yielded steady growth for the construction industry despite increasing headwinds, said JLL, Chicago.
CRE Price Growth Slows to Eight-Year Low
Growth in U.S. commercial property prices slowed to the weakest annual pace in eight years in January, reported Real Capital Analytics, New York.
Nuveen Real Estate launched its U.S. Cities Multifamily Fund, an open-end perpetual life real estate investment vehicle that will acquire and manage institutional-quality multifamily rental properties across the United States.
Capital Markets Summit in New York April 10
The Mortgage Bankers Association Capital Markets Summit brings together the wider commercial real estate finance industry to learn about growing capital sources such as debt funds and mortgage REITs.
Commercial Loan Origination Sales Training Workshop in Los Angeles May 9-10
MBA Education presents its popular two-day Commercial Loan Origination Sales Training Workshop in Los Angeles May 9 and 10.
MBA Commercial/Multifamily Financial Officer Roundtable in Washington May 22-23
MBA hosts a peer group for finance professionals from commercial and multifamily real estate finance firms. The next roundtable meeting will be May 22 and 23 at MBA's Washington, D.C. headquarters.
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.