The Park at Vittoria

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  • Buyer of Rosemont North Asset Gets $8.4M Fannie Mae Loan

    Florida Value Partners, a Florida-based single asset entity has received an $8.42 million Fannie Mae loan facility for the acquisition of The Park at Vittoria, an Orlando multifamily property previously known as Waterstone Apartments. The loan term is seven years with two years interest only, amortization based on a 30 year schedule, and 80% loan-to-value. Hunt Mortgage Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hunt Companies, Inc. provided the financing.

    Orlando 13 February 2015 22:48
  • Stockbridge Makes a Statement in Seattle

    Vulcan sells a LEED Gold property for $138.2 million in Seattle; Hunt provides $8.4 million for an Orlando acquisition; and Greystone closes the first Fannie Mae M-PIRE mortgage loan.

    Seattle 11 February 2015 19:40

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