Life insurance companies could increase their multifamily lending volumes by $10 billion in 2020 from 2018 volumes, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported.
Life Insurance Companies to Fuel Multifamily Surge in 2020
HousingWire, Sept. 17, 2019--Kelsey Ramírez
Opportunity Zones Catch the Eye of CRE Investors
Commercial Observer, Sept. 16, 2019
Autonomous Cars on a Crash Course with the Real Estate Industry
RE Journals, Sept. 13, 2019--Michael Zaransky
Average U.S. Rent Climbs to $1,472 in August
HousingWire, Aug. 16, 2019--Alcynna Lloyd
This Key Construction Indicator Just Tanked
CNBC, Sept. 18, 2019--Diana Olick
JLL Arranges $193M in Chicago, New York
JLL, Chicago, arranged $193 million for a Chicago mixed-use development and a New York office property.
Civic Financial Services Grows Correspondent Team
Civic Financial Services, Redondo Beach, Calif., named Nancy Aplin as West Coast Regional Sales Manager and Norma Navarro as Operations Manager.
CREF Corner Office Conversation with CIT's Matt Galligan
The Mortgage Bankers Association released an interview with CIT Vice Chairman of Real Estate Finance Matt Galligan, who shared his perspective on commercial real estate trends.
MBA, Others Urge Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Reauthorization
The Mortgage Bankers Association and more than 100 other organizations representing various business interests urged Congress to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which is set to expire at year-end 2020.
Mortgage X Podcast Features MBA COO Marcia Davies
The current episode of Mortgage X, a podcast featuring mortgage veterans and national speakers Christine Beckwith and Jason Frazier, features Mortgage Bankers Association COO Marcia Davies.
MBA Joins Trade Groups in Push for Affordable Housing Near Transit
With affordability playing an increasing role in the future of housing, the Mortgage Bankers Association joined more than a dozen industry and consumer trade groups this week in a letter to members of Congress in support of legislation that would promote federal investment in public transportation projects.
MBA Chart of the Week: Commercial/Multifamily Originations Forecast
The Mortgage Bankers Association forecasts commercial and multifamily mortgage bankers will close a record $652 billion of loans backed by income-producing properties this year, 14 percent higher than last year's record volume ($574 billion).
Overseas Investors Turn Net Sellers of U.S. Real Estate
Real Capital Analytics, New York, reported overseas investors became net sellers of U.S. commercial real estate in first-half 2019 for the first time since 2012.
FHFA Increases Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Multifamily Caps
The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Friday revised its cap structure on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's multifamily businesses.
Institutional Investors Downgrade 2019 Return Expectations
Institutional investors are decreasing their expectation for 2019 commercial real estate returns, the Pension Real Estate Association's Consensus Forecast Survey reported.
Blackstone, New York, closed its latest global real estate fund, Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX, at $20.5 billion of total capital commitments, making it the largest current real estate fund.
MBA Education Free Webinar: Navigating the LIBOR Transition Within the CRE Industry Oct. 8
MBA Education offers a free webinar, Navigating the LIBOR Transition Within the CRE Industry, on Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET.
MBA Education Overview of C/MF Insurance Compliance Oct. 15
MBA Education Multifamily Property Inspection Workshop in Dallas Nov. 13-14
MBA Education presents its popular Multifamily Property Inspection Workshop in Dallas November 13 and 14.
MBA Education Multifamily School of Mortgage Banking in Washington, D.C. Feb. 2020
MBA Education's Multifamily School of Mortgage Banking provides a comprehensive and interactive look at the critical elements of multifamily real estate finance.