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Arbor CEO Ivan Kaufman Leads Thought-Provoking Fireside Chat at eCore22

Arbor Chairman and CEO Ivan Kaufman kicked off the first full day of eCore22 in Miami this November with an informative and intimate panel discussion, featuring Charles Ostroff, SVP Multifamily Chief Credit Officer at Fannie Mae, Robert Verrone, Principal at Iron Hound Management Company, and Aaron Kurlansky, Principal at Sheridan Capital, that covered the most pressing economic issues of the moment.

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The LIBOR/SOFR Transition: What Multifamily Borrowers Need to Know

The highly anticipated transition from LIBOR® to SOFR, which goes into effect after June 30, 2023, will make SOFR the standard benchmark rate across a wide range of financial products. Although the financial community is expecting a smooth transition, there are notable differences between the two rates that will influence multifamily lending.

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How Arbor Stays Ahead of an Evolving Multifamily Sector

In the last quarter of 2022, the multifamily sector continues to thrive despite ongoing economic uncertainty. As the investment community looks ahead to 2023, Arbor’s Managing Director, Senior Production Officer Jean-Laurent Pouliot discusses what’s in store for multifamily and how Arbor is positioned to help investors continue to exceed expectations next year.

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Affordable Housing Trends Snapshot — Fall 2022

Arbor’s latest Affordable Housing Trends Report, produced in partnership with Chandan Economics, examines the affordable housing market’s growth trajectory in a challenging economic climate.

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San Antonio Multifamily Market Snapshot — Q3 2022

Multifamily rent growth remained strong in the San Antonio market during the third quarter of 2022, although began showing deceleration from the most recent record highs measured earlier in the year. Barriers to homeownership continued to drive rental demand, as vacancy rates reached all-time lows.

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Why is Rent Inflation Still High While Reports Show Prices Cooling?

With the latest release of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), policymakers and consumers alike found signs of inflation relief for the first time in a long time. Despite the CPI’s overall improvement in October, one notable price category is still seeing rising inflation: rent of primary residence. The annual growth rate for the rent component of the CPI has now increased for 15 consecutive months.

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