Multifamily Loans

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Multifamily loans fund the purchase of multifamily properties, including apartment buildings, mixed-use properties, student housing developments, and independent living communities.

Janover Ventures CEO Blake Janover Discusses Multifamily Financing: Part 1

Last month, Janover Ventures CEO Blake Janover went on William Weidner’s Realty Speak podcast to discuss the current state of the multifamily financing market, as well as to discuss how he got his start in the multifamily business.

Janover Ventures CEO Blake Janover Discusses Multifamily Financing: Part 2

Last month, Janover Ventures CEO Blake Janover went on William Weidner’s Realty Speak podcast to discuss the current state of the multifamily financing market, as well as to discuss how he got his start in the multifamily business.

Deal Update: Janover Ventures’ Brandon Ramineh Discusses New Freddie Mac Small Balance Loan Closing

This Friday, Janover Ventures’ Brandon Ramineh closed a $1.37 million Freddie Mac Small Balance Loan for a 16-unit apartment property in Lindale, TX. We sat down to discuss the deal and why the borrower chose to go with the Freddie Mac SBL program.

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.

Deal Update: Janover Ventures' Camilo Padron Discusses New Fannie Mae Small Loan Closing

This Wednesday, Janover Ventures’ Camilo Padron closed a $1.4 million Fannie Mae Small Loan for Pheasant Run Townhomes, an 18-unit apartment property in State College, Pennsylvania.

Fannie Mae Multifamily Shows Increased Interest in RAD Financing

HUD enacted the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program in 2012 to increase the amount of deeply affordable Section 8 properties in the United States. In the last year, Freddie Mac has taken an increased interest in providing financing for RAD projects.