Single Family Rental Council

MBA has introduced a new council to serve participants in the single-family rental finance markets. MBA's Single-family Rental Finance Council brings together leaders in single-family rental finance and serves as a forum for MBA members to meet, learn, share, educate and influence.

Between our ongoing conference calls, work on risk retention, subgroups on data and document standards and the April Single-family Rental Finance Summit, there is a lot taking place.

To allow a range of firms to participate, we have developed a two-tiered participation structure -- with MBA members joining the Council as either Principal or Associate participants. Principal participant firms are firms that are currently making loans backed by single-family rental properties. Associate participant firms are others involved in or interested in the space.

MBA's 2,200 member companies represent the depth and breadth of the real estate finance industry. We balance the interests of diverse stakeholders, from Main Street to Wall Street, spanning all aspects of real estate finance, including commercial, multifamily and residential. The strength of our large and diverse membership gives us unique access to those who make industry-impacting decisions. We are the most trusted and credible source of insight and analysis that lead the agenda for economic policy and legislative factors impacting real estate finance.

The Single-family Rental Finance Council is off to a great start this year. I hope you will be able to join us. Please let me know if you have any questions or need any additional information. I look forward to your participation and can be reached at

Jamie Woodwell
Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Research


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