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  1. Mixed Use Finance 101 in 2019

    Mixed Use Finance 101 in 2019 By Scott Lynn   Twenty-five years ago, the concept of “mixed-use development” was a product type that most capital providers shied away from citing mixed-use projects could only be successful in major core markets or limited pockets of high-density

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  2. You Own a Vacant Retail Big Box….Now what?

    You Own a Vacant Retail Big Box… Now What? By Jacob Rich   Real estate sponsors or individual principals who own 100,000 square-foot plus retail big boxes with expiring leases or vacancy are at risk of falling victim to the so-called “Retail Apocalypse”. Unsuccessful attempts

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  3. Have FNMA and Freddie Mac had their fill for 2019?

    Have FNMA and Freddie Mac had their fill for 2019? By Todd McNeill   It should come as no surprise to anyone who has been watching the never-ending multi-family construction and acquisition activity during 2018 that FNMA and Freddie Mac have had enough for this

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  4. Back to School Part 2 – My Internship at MCA

    As real estate product types change and evolve it takes time for the financial markets to learn/understand and adopt new underwriting standards as it relates to capital providers continue, in maturing product loans & investments.  However, the beginning is always the toughest part.  With the recent developments in creative office & co-working spaces, I will highlight differences in these sub-categories of the product type and how those impact your ability to obtain capital for your project.

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  5. Back to School – My Internship at MCA

    As real estate product types change and evolve it takes time for the financial markets to learn/understand and adopt new underwriting standards as it relates to capital providers continue, in maturing product loans & investments.  However, the beginning is always the toughest part.  With the recent developments in creative office & co-working spaces, I will highlight differences in these sub-categories of the product type and how those impact your ability to obtain capital for your project.

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  6. What Does the Fed’s Rate Cut Mean for CRE?

    As real estate product types change and evolve it takes time for the financial markets to learn/understand and adopt new underwriting standards as it relates to capital providers continue, in maturing product loans & investments.  However, the beginning is always the toughest part.  With the recent developments in creative office & co-working spaces, I will highlight differences in these sub-categories of the product type and how those impact your ability to obtain capital for your project.

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