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How Big is Small Cap Multifamily?

A closer look at the multifamily housing inventory in the United States and the size of the small cap investment opportunity.

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Streamlined Rate Lock

Arbor offers Streamlined Rate Lock (SRL) which provides a fast and flexible fixed-rate option for borrowers interested in
the ability to manage interest-rate risk by locking the entire rate, not only the Treasury index or spread. This flexibility
along with an expanded delivery tolerance and limited breakage fees makes the SRL the fastest loan product available in
the market.

Maximum Term of Rate Lock Up to 180 days.
Delivery Tolerance

If loan amount has been reduced at the time of delivery:

  • No fee for up to 5% reduction.
  • For a reduction between 5-10%, Good Faith Deposit on the amount > 5%.
Eligible Loans No size limit; Conventional, Coops, Manufactured Housing Communities, Small
Loans, Structured Transactions, Affordable, Seniors, Student Housing and
Dedicated Student, Green Rewards, and Green Building Certification.
Minimum Good Faith Deposit
  • Up through 90 days: 2%.
  • 91-180 days: 3%.
Breakage Fees Good Faith Deposit (for full break by borrower)
Preliminary Underwriting Requirements No prescribed set of preliminary underwriting requirements; the lender makes
the decision to rate lock based on its own determination of when it has sufficient
preliminary underwriting information.


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