For Newer, Larger Products, There Is More institutional Interest, Says KeyBank’s Clay Sublett

Recently MHN spoke with Clay Sublett, national production manager, KeyBank Real Estate Capital, about the state of multifamily finance and the GSEs

Upscale Puerto Vallarta Condos Headed for Auction Block

The market for high-end condos and other resort properties in this west coast Mexican city isn’t n

Collections Firms Report Higher Collection Rate among Apartment Renters who use SureDeposit

Residents who enroll in the SureDeposit program are more likely to pay their lease-related debts in so

Study Estimates 1.2M Households Lost Due to Recession

About 1.2 million U.S. households disappeared during the years 2005 to 2008

Apartment Market Shows Signs of Recovery; Rents Increase for First Time in 5 Quarters

The apartment sector might well be on the path to recovery

MF Industry Believes Freddie’s New Loans Will Help Borrowers Re-Capitalize Assets

Freddie Mac has decided to allow mezzanine debt on qualifying senior multifamily mortgages (first mortgages) that it purchases.

Jones Lang LaSalle Hires MF Sales Leaders Cissel and Melnick

Jones Lang LaSalle has added multifamily investment sales veterans

HUD Provides $49.3M for Job Training to Low-Incomes People

The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will provide public housing agencies across the U.S., Guam and Puerto Rico with nearly $49.3 million to provide low-income people with the necessary job training to put them on a path toward self-sufficiency.

New Site Provides Renters with Incentives to Pay Rent on Time

Chasing residents who are always late in paying their rent is a time consuming affair; one that property managers are all too aware of.