Agency Loans

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Agency loans refer to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily loans, which generally offer borrowers non-recourse debt for conventional apartments, affordable properties, student housing, and a variety of other property types.

Capital Markets Insight: Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh Discusses Latest Fannie Mae Small Loan Deal

Last week, Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh closed a $1,706,000 Fannie Mae Small Loan for Carriage House Apartments, a 30-unit apartment property in Ponchatoula, Louisiana.

Arbor’s Geoff Platt Discusses Fannie, Freddie, and the Multifamily Market in Q4 2019

This week, Multifamily.today sat down with Geoff Platt, Vice President at Arbor Realty Trust, a major agency and HUD/FHA multifamily lender, to discuss trends regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily financing, among other important trends in the multifamily industry.

Capital Markets Insight: Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh Discusses Latest Fannie Mae Small Loan Deal

Last week, Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh closed an $870,000 Fannie Mae Small Loan for Pearl Street Apartments, a 10-unit apartment property located in Kansas City, Kansas.

FHFA Sets New Caps for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Multifamily

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced today that it’s setting new caps for the volume of multifamily loans that can be purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac between Q4 2019 and Q4 2020.

CMBS Becomes More Attractive As Fannie and Freddie Restrict Lending

Agency loan rates have increased, making CMBS loans significantly more affordable for multifamily investors looking for fixed-rate debt.

Capital Markets Insights: Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh Discusses Freddie SBL Cash Out Restrictions

The Freddie Mac SBL program plans to enact stricter rules for cash-out refinances. We sat down with Janover Ventures' Brandon Ramineh to learn more.

NREI Report Suggests Multifamily Investors Remain Optimistic

Despite fears of a recession from some corners of the market, research conducted by the National Real Estate Investor (NREI) suggests that most multifamily investors remain strikingly optimistic.