A National Association of Insurance Commissioners working group adopted risk-based capital guidance and reporting instructions to implement the Mortgage Bankers Association/American Council of Life Insurers-proposed Risk-Based Capital reporting of 2020 Net Operating Income.
Market participants expected a record year for commercial/multifamily originations in 2020. But by March, these expectations were managed down as production teams shifted to assisting with portfolio management tasks in a marketplace which, in some respects, shut down with the economy.
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The Mortgage Bankers Association, in a letter this week to the Federal Housing Finance Agency, said FHFA should extend current affordable housing goals for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, given current economic uncertainty.
Grandbridge Real Estate Capital added Allen McMurtry, David Kliewer and Jay Jordan to its seniors housing investment sales team.
A new CBRE survey finds a “wide disconnect” on pricing expectations between buyers and sellers as the COVID-19 pandemic weighs on commercial real estate investment activity.
Electra Capital, West Palm Beach, Fla., closed a $92 million bridge loan for Four West Las Olas, Elevate Partners’ new apartment tower in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Apartment leasing proved strong in the third quarter, bouncing back from the limited demand seen earlier this year, reported RealPage, Richardson, Texas.
Office landlords are providing more concessions to their tenants under COVID-19, reported Trepp and CompStak.
Fitch Ratings, New York, said life insurance companies could see higher losses on commercial mortgage loans than they saw during the Great Recession. The pessimistic forecast reflects both the severity ...
The economy has improved from a few months ago, “[but] the same cannot be said of the retail sector,” said Wells Fargo Securities, Charlotte, N.C.