The eight-property, 2,306-unit portfolio includes properties inIndiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. The loan, which wasarranged by HFF director Matthew Schoenfeldt, is a 10-year, 5.4%fixed-rate loan.

"In addition to the exceedingly attractive loan terms deliveredto our borrowers, this closing was monumental as it represented thevery first crossed-pool funding for Freddie Mac's CME program,"Schoenfeldt says. "The planned enhancements will reinforce the NTSportfolio's status as the preeminent rental communities in theirrespective markets."

The portfolio includes, the 464-unit Park Place Apartments inLexington, KY; the 310-unit Willows of Plainview in Louisville, KY;and The Grove Whitworth Apartments in Nashville.

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