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Despite a slowdown in CRE Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) issuance over the last six months, industry participants expect activity to pick up and ultimately result in flat volume of $15B to $17B to end 2019, noted several panelists at IMN‘s 1st Annual Investors’ Conference on CRE CLOs.
Panelists at Ariel Property Advisor’s recent Coffee & Cap Rates℠ event in New York City reflected on the city’s rental market performance in 2018, as well as the factors and trends set to impact the sector this year, including interest rate volatility, as well as market and regulatory uncertainty.
Despite significant pressure from rising interest rates through most of 2018, the small balance multifamily market ended the year strong, with consistent liquidity and borrowing capacity. Whether the macroeconomic and real estate cycles continue to lengthen or begin to see a modest pullback, the multifamily sector is poised to outperform other property types.
Multifamily owners and managers gathered for a panel at the NMHC Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference in San Diego to discuss the strategies they’re implementing to attract the right employees and entice them to stay with the organization for the long term.
Speaking at the National Multifamily Housing Council’s 2019 Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference, MIT AgeLab Director Joseph Coughlin discussed how population shifts and changing generational behaviors could be the greatest disruptor for the housing market.
The U.S. metros have seen a shift toward large multifamily lending over the past year, with investors showing a preference for non-gateway markets offering higher-yield opportunities. This report will identify the U.S. markets poised for growth in large multifamily lending activity, and will analyze the differences in origination volume across top markets.
Los Angeles has been a standout market for small balance multifamily investment throughout the current economic cycle. Cap rates have remained below national trends and investor confidence in the sector remains strong. Despite higher risk appetites among borrowers, lenders remain cautious as loan-to-value ratios (LTVs) have moderated.
Join Arbor and Freddie Mac for our complimentary live webinar on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 2:00 p.m. EST, hosted by Los Angeles Business Journal, to learn about the small balance finance and investment opportunities in L.A.!
View our webinar on finance and investment opportunities in the small multifamily space! Moderated by economist Sam Chandan, this complimentary on-demand webinar from Arbor and Fannie Mae will present actionable ways for small multifamily owners and operators to optimize and expand their portfolios.
Real estate investors take many factors into consideration when looking to enter a new market or acquire a new asset, and environmental, social and governance (ESG) elements, including climate risk, are gaining importance in their investment decisions, panelists noted at the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting in Boston.