Category Archives: Commercial Real Estate Finance

  1. The New CRE World Post-Tax Overhaul

    CRE and Tax Reform

    by Todd McNeill It appears the overhaul of the tax code signed into law on Dec. 22, 2017, represents a big win for commercial real estate.  Some sectors will benefit more than others.   Let’s take a look at some of the asset classes within commercial

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  2. Is That A Recession I See On The Horizon?

    commercial real estate interest rates

    By Charley Babb The Federal Open Market Committee (the “Fed”) increased the overnight federal funds’ interest rate from 0.25% to 1.5% on December 13th, the third rate hike in 2017.  This is the first time in a long time that the Fed has lived up

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  3. Going Green with Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Green Initiative

    Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Green Initiative

    By Duke Dennis What if I told you I could get you more loan proceeds and a lower interest rate on your multifamily mortgage?  Is that something that might interest you? Fannie Mae (FNMA) is the nation’s largest source of multifamily mortgage capital. During the

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  4. Working with & Executing Deals Utilizing New Market Tax Credits

    By Andrew Hanzl Working on complex transactions with unique capital structures is nothing new for the team at MCA. In fact, our ability to understand and execute tough deals is how we differentiate ourselves from other Commercial Real Estate Financiers. Today’s topic, New Market Tax

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  5. Will LIBOR Rest in Peace?


    By Charley Babb Chances are you haven’t ever heard of the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority. However, their recent announcement of plans to end the use of the LIBOR index (the London Interbank Offered Rate which is the average of interest rates estimated that each

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  6. The Entrepreneurial Developer, the backbone of Dallas Development

    commercial real estate entrepreneur tyler station

    By Todd McNeill At Metropolitan Capital Advisors (MCA), we refer to the Entrepreneurial Developer as our “niche” client.  We define these developers as shops that are in the market seeking capital one to ten times a year, that generally do not have in-house finance expertise

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