Austin Walker joined Arbor’s New York City office in November 2015. In his current capacity as an Originator, Austin focuses on nationwide Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, SFR Portfolios, CMBS, Bridge, Mezzanine and Preferred Equity transactions. Before joining Arbor, Austin worked at Wells Fargo as a Financial Advisor of private clients. Prior to that, he served as a Manager of Strategic Partnerships at Merisel, Inc. and a Business and Marketing Analyst at LGD Communications. Austin graduated from Johns Hopkins University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Via multifamilyinsiders.com – Multifamily remains one of the most appealing asset classes. Deals located in core-markets or strong growth secondary locations can expect interest rates in the low 300s over LIBOR range. Total coupons are hovering at all-time lows with leverage pushing into the 75%-80% of cost range…
Scott Rawley, Western Region Sales Manager Major Accounts at Multifamily Utility Company. Multifamily Utility Company was founded in 2007, is a leader in comprehensive utility expense management and billing services.
Via dc.citybizlist.com – “In a volatile year, Freddie Mac was a stabilizing force in the multifamily market,” said Debby Jenkins, executive vice president and head of Freddie Mac Multifamily. “The fact that we […]
Via housingwire.com – But don’t count entries out just yet as the FHA announced on Dec. 21 it was extending it’s deadline for single-family borrowers to request initial forbearance through Feb. 28. If […]
Via housingwire.com – Some early proposals called for a more competitive market where more than two credit guarantors operated. The fundamental problem with any scenario where more than one credit guarantor exists is […]
Via mpamag.com – Evans studied finance at Tulane University and thought she might be an accountant when she graduated. Like so many others in the mortgage and real estate business, however, she discovered […]
CMBS loans is an unknown loan option for many multifamily real estate investors and not offered at traditional banks. Also known as conduit loans, this loan option could be perfect your property.
Via multihousingnews.com – During the second quarter, multifamily originations declined 24 percent year-over-year as total multifamily and commercial originations fell by 48 percent, reported Jamie Woodwell, chief economist at the Mortgage Bankers Association. […]
Via americanbanker.com – “When you look at national headlines about vacancy in the New York multifamily market, they tend to throw out one number … that is not indicative of all segments and […]