Early Wednesday morning, the Senate voted along party lines to adopt a $3.5 trillion budget resolution framework for fiscal year 2022, another step toward the crafting of the actual tax provisions – including a possible minimum book tax that would impact mortgage servicing rights values – that will offset the cost of President Joe Biden’s broad infrastructure package.
Nearly 80 percent of investment sales advisors and mortgage bankers surveyed by Berkadia, New York, are optimistic multifamily transactions will increase from last year by the end of 2021.
This week’s MBA Chart of the Week zeroes in on households who missed rental payments in June. The chart plots a) the distribution of those households by the number of payments they have missed since the onset of the pandemic; and b) an estimate of the aggregate dollar volume of back rent owed by those households.
Sarah Garland is Director of Production for Affordable Housing and FHA Lending with CBRE, Seattle, responsible for supporting the origination of affordable and workforce housing debt financing.