Someone Always Loses as the Housing Market Recovers
The latest idea by policy makers and home mortgage lenders to tackle the foreclosure crisis seems like a winner: instead of throwing out delinquent home owners onto the streets, lenders foreclose on the home and then turn around and rent it back to the erstwhile homeowner. Even the Federal Reserve gave its nod of approval earlier this month to the strategy, releasing guidelines for lenders on how to account for these homes. Essentially, it was a
SAN DIEGO—MBA’s Jamie Woodwell said at the MBA CREF 2017 convention on Sunday that he seen some “tremendous numbers” out there in commercial real estate and expects it to continue.
SAN DIEGO—Just like home buyers look to level up, we’re also seeing a bit more fluidity in typically middle-market groups seeking more institutional deals and vice versa, Avison Young’s Peter Sherman tells GlobeSt.com.
COSTA MESA, CA—A lot of the challenges facing community business banks—or all banks, for that matter—hinge on the interests of their investors, who in large part establish the culture of a bank, Blue Gate’s Chris Walsh tells GlobeSt.com.
McLEAN, VA--"The multifamily market is expected to grow between 5% to 10% [in 2017] and we expect to grow with the market.”