Allen Shayanfekr

  • Lower Average Loan Sizes Are Likely

    Rising interest rates have yet to strongly impact the multifamily market, as specialists are confident the market will continue to see healthy fundamentals in the near future. While loan origination volumes are expected to stay up, the average value of credit facilities might dip.

    New York 01 August 2017 20:39

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