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May 3, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell

Today, MBA released out most recent Commercial/Multifamily Real Estate Finance (CREF) Forecast. Lending terms remain extremely attractive, and we anticipate another strong year in 2018, although perhaps not quite as strong as 2017.

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CREF Forecast
April 27, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell and Reggie Booker
Annual Originations by Property Type

Loans backed by multifamily apartment buildings have contributed an increasing share of mortgage bankers' commercial and multifamily mortgage originations in recent years.

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Originations
April 17, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell
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CREF Outlook
MBANow
June 29, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
2017 Q4 Quarterly Data Book

Borrowing and lending backed by commercial real estate is starting 2018 at roughly the same pace at which it started 2017. The property types drawing the most attention of late continued to follow different paths, with retail originations declining while multifamily and industrial increased. It was the strongest first quarter on record for originations of loans for life insurance companies and the GSEs, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Data Book
March 16, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell
Long-term Changes in Prices, Incomes and Housing Costs

Over the long-term, housing costs tend to grow more quickly than either the prices of other consumer goods or typical household incomes.  The chart above shows how shelter (housing) costs, other consumer prices and median household incomes have changed over the prior ten years, reported as an average annual rate of change.  

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Chart of the Week
February 2, 2018
By Jamie Woodwell
CMBS Volume and Spreads

This week's chart shows annual private-label CMBS issuance volumes over the last 12 years, where CMBS AAA spreads to swaps are averaged for the year. The clear take-away is that when spreads are tighter (and investor demand higher) issuance volume is higher. 

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