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I specialize in the sale of apartment buildings in Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region.  I focus on the sale of both apartment buildings and developable land ranging from $1M to $100M. I am passionate about real estate investment and development, economics, technology and urbanism. Through brokerage I assist apartment investors and developers in achieving the highest possible levels of return and build an advisory relationship that lasts ownership life-cycles instead of just a transaction.
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MULTIFAMILY LENDING :: Fannie, Freddie Plan Ahead For Privatization ... but still years away

MULTIFAMILY LENDING :: Fannie, Freddie Plan Ahead For Privatization ... but still years away | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
If those models work, it could speed the path to privatization. “Mark Calabria [director of the FHFA] has said that he would like to see this [privatization] largely implemented by 2024 and we have every hope that it could happen if they continue to recapitalize with retained earnings,” Stoffers says.
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MULTIFAMILY LENDING ::  Intense competition for apartment loans has Non-Agency Lenders scuffling for Agency Market Share

MULTIFAMILY LENDING ::  Intense competition for apartment loans has Non-Agency Lenders scuffling for Agency Market Share | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
The multifamily market becomes more and more liquid every year — projected to reach $390 billion in originations in 2020, up from a mere $250 billion just a few years ago in 2015, according to projections released by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) in September 2019. Together, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored enterprises that guarantee a tidal wave of multifamily debt, are poised to corner just over 40 percent of the market this year.
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ARE TERMS GETTING BETTER FOR CRE BORROWERS?  The Cuffs Come Off: The New Decade Brings an Uptick in Cov-Lite Loans

ARE TERMS GETTING BETTER FOR CRE BORROWERS?  The Cuffs Come Off: The New Decade Brings an Uptick in Cov-Lite Loans | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
Those who lived through the global financial crisis no doubt have bad memories of the term “cov-lite.” Well, cov-lite loans are on the rise.
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APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT TECH: Modular May Not Be New, But Its Paybacks

APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT TECH: Modular May Not Be New, But Its Paybacks | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it

McKinsey & Company released a report in June that shows that modular construction can speed construction by as much as 50%. The research says that in some cases it could also cut costs by up to 20%. It projects that modular construction could claim $130 billion of the market in US and Europe by 2030 and fill a $1.6 trillion productivity gap.

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APARTMENT MARKET LENDING DYNAMICS :: Interest-Only Loans May Prove Risky―Eventually, even though all is rosy right now

APARTMENT MARKET LENDING DYNAMICS :: Interest-Only Loans May Prove Risky―Eventually, even though all is rosy right now | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it

The commercial mortgage industry is blessed with almost optimal conditions. Demand is boosted by a plethora of equity sources chasing deals that keeps transaction volume high. Low interest rates have increased demand for refinancing from borrowers that want to lock in long-term debt at low rates. 

It would be a mistake, however, to believe nothing can go wrong.

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MULTIFAMILY LENDING :: Freddie Mac: Originations Will Hit $390B in 2020 -- agencies expect continued investment in apartments will help them continue to provide debt liquidity

MULTIFAMILY LENDING :: Freddie Mac: Originations Will Hit $390B in 2020 -- agencies expect continued investment in apartments will help them continue to provide debt liquidity | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
Freddie Mac is expecting continued growth in the multifamily market throughout 2020. In its just-released Multifamily 2020 Outlook report, the government-sponsored enterprise predicted that final numbers from 2019 will show the multifamily market in the U.S. finishing 2019 with solid rent growth and only modest vacancy rate increases, despite an increased amount of supply.
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Multifamily Finance Experts Discuss 2020 Outlook | Multifamily Executive Magazine | multifamily finance

Multifamily Finance Experts Discuss 2020 Outlook | Multifamily Executive Magazine | multifamily finance | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
“There is a lot of capital in the multifamily lending space for both market-rate and affordable financing,” says Rich Martinez, senior vice president of multi-family production and sales at Freddie Mac. “We expect the markets to be as strong and robust as they have been in the past several years.”
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MULTIFAMILY LENDING :: As Lenders Compete, Terms Get Aggressive -- with low rates, timing is great for a refinance or acquisitions

An abundance of debt financing has created a market in which seemingly everything is financeable, reports Dekel Capital's Shlomi Ronen.
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