ESG at Arbor The history and culture of Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. provides a solid foundation for our ESG framework. Our origin is that of a small company, with an entrepreneurial spirit and meaningful partnerships with those who align with our investing goals and strategy. While we have grown significantly over the last 25+ years, Read the full article…
Climbing home prices, rising rents, and widespread inflation have combined to create a challenging economic climate for both businesses and individuals. Demand for affordable housing options remains high, though the current climate has exacerbated the affordability crisis that predates the pandemic.
FREDDIE MAC Credit Building Arbor is working to make the industry more equitable for everyone. This includes establishing new ways to improve economic mobility and narrow the wealth gap renters may face today. There are 44+ million renter households in the U.S., but less than 10% of on-time rents are reported to credit bureaus. Overall, Read the full article…
UNIONDALE, NY (March 21, 2022) – Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE:ABR), a real estate investment trust and national direct lender specializing in loan origination and servicing for multifamily, single-family rental (SFR) portfolios, seniors housing, healthcare, and other diverse commercial real estate assets, is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Marino as Managing Director, Servicing Read the full article…
Demand stability and growing liquidity for small multifamily assets are broadly supportive of the sector heading into 2022. Here’s a look at Q4 2021 small multifamily investment benchmarks.
Single-family rental enjoyed its best year on record in 2021, as demographic and pandemic-related forces combined with growing investment enthusiasm. The sector’s decade-long trend of institutionalization has accelerated over the past year.
At the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) 2022 Commercial/Multifamily Finance Convention and Expo) in San Diego, CA, in mid-February, the following three topics were discussed by presenters and attendees and reflect what’s top-of-mind for the industry.
The SFR sector has historically attracted renters who seek a more spacious, suburban lifestyle but are not looking to buy for various reasons. While the concept of SFR is not new, it has gained more attention in the last decade as institutional involvement has increased following the Global Financial Crisis (GFC).