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Whatever you need funding for – an acquisition, renovation, going green, or a supplemental loan – we’ve got your solution. Our approved lenders will help you get started.

By working with one of our approved Seller/Servicers for your Freddie Mac Multifamily property loan, you’ll get the flexible funding solution you want, with the certainty of execution you need.


Multifamily 2018 Mid-Year Outlook

Multifamily 2018 Mid-Year Outlook

Performance in the multifamily market remained healthy in the first half of 2018 and is expected to continue throughout the second half of 2018 and into 2019, but with continued moderation from the prior few years

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Notable Transactions

notable Minneapolis
13 Units - Minneapolis, MN
$2.45 million
Lender: ReadyCap
notable Austin
20 Units - Austin, TX
$1.43 million
Lender: CBRE
notable Denver
25 Units - Denver, CO
$2.42 million
Lender: Greystone
notable Cincinnati
170 Units - Cincinnati, OH
$5.99 million
Lender: Hunt

Our Viewpoints on the market and industry

The Brightest Stars Shined in Nashville

Nashville is an incredible town, and we had an incredible turnout – over 1,500 professionals from across our industry.

John Cannon
John Cannon
SVP Production & Sales

Multifamily 2018 Mid-Year Outlook

Performance in the multifamily market remained healthy in the first half of 2018, and is expected to continue throughout the second half of 2018 and into 2019, but with continued moderation from the prior few years.

Steve Guggenmos
Steve Guggenmos
VP Research & Modeling

The Double Bottom Line

Our new Social Impact pilot uses our existing offerings in innovative ways to create and preserve affordable rental housing.

Lauren Garren
Lauren Garren
VP Production & Sales

The Cost of Missing Out on LIHTC-Program Rents

Market rate multifamily rents have been dramatically increasing in recent years as housing demand significantly exceeds available supply. In contrast, during the same period rent growth has been moderate for units with restricted rents, such as those funded by the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program.

Steve Guggenmos
Steve Guggenmos
VP Research & Modeling