Fitch Ratings Recognizes Arbor’s Commitment to Excellence and Innovation Arbor Realty Trust (NYSE:ABR) NEW YORK, NEW YORK – November 29, 2023: Fitch Ratings has reaffirmed Arbor Multifamily Lending, LLC’s (Arbor) commercial primary and special servicer ratings, further solidifying Arbor’s position as a trusted partner in the multifamily lending industry. Concurrently, they have assigned a Positive Outlook to each rating, reflecting an unwavering commitment to excellence and innovation. Commercial primary servicer rating at ‘CPS2’; Outlook Positive; Commercial special servicer rating at ‘CSS3+’; Outlook Positive. “The assignment of the Positive Outlook reflects Fitch’s 12–24 month view on the trajectory of Arbor’s primary servicer rating, noting that as the new borrower website is fully realized and deployed and turnover within the primary servicing function continues to stabilize, positive rating movement is possible.” – Fitch Ratings Read more from Fitch about the key rating drivers behind this announcement. Direct inquiries to [email protected]. About Arbor Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ABR) is a nationwide real estate investment trust and direct lender, providing loan origination and servicing for multifamily, single-family rental (SFR) portfolios, and other diverse commercial Read the full article…
Expert Insight and Analysis from Arbor Realty Trust and Chandan Economics
The Spring 2022 Arbor Realty Trust-Chandan Economics Affordable Housing Trends Report provides comprehensive insight and analysis of major trends shaping affordable housing nationwide. Our report examines the major market developments and the outlook ahead.
- The Housing Choice Voucher program is receiving increased attention and funding. The proposed 2023 federal budget calls for a 17.4% increase in program allocations, and bipartisan lawmakers are pushing legislation to retain private landlords.
- States are increasingly adopting new measures to encourage the development of affordable supply, including supplemental state-level low-income housing tax credits and updates to zoning codes to allow for higher-density residential construction.
- After the CDC’s eviction moratorium was struck down in August, evictions remained well below their pre-pandemic averages as Emergency Rental Assistance funding saw an accelerated rollout, supporting 1.4 million households in Q4 2021.
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