Seniors are an increasingly important multifamily renter cohort, especially for smaller properties. Some retirees are choosing to downsize and rent for lifestyle reasons. Other seniors are working — and renting — longer. How Big is the Seniors Renter Market? Seniors — including people 65 years of age and over — are 14.5 percent of the population. Their share is growing as the Baby Boom generation … Continue reading Are America’s Seniors the Next Wave of Apartment Demand?
Listen as host Sam Chandan speaks with Arbor’s own Ivan Kaufman and Freddie Mac’s Steve Johnson about the growing success and financial benefits of the multifamily small balance loan market and how investors can take advantage. Hear from the small loan market’s leading experts as they provide exclusive insight on this highly impactful market sector. Listen to full show here. Continue reading The State of Multifamily Lending in 2017
As we closeout 2016, it is important for multifamily investors to look towards 2017 and the overall housing market forecast. This post examines how multifamily development fits into the overall residential construction market. While all signs are pointing to a strong year for apartment deliveries in 2017, the pipeline is heavily weighted towards highly amenitized properties in the urban core. This presents an opportunity to … Continue reading Q3 2016: Multifamily Construction on the Rise
Ivan Kaufman, Chairman & CEO of Arbor, sits down with Adam Kaufman, Managing Director of ArborCrowd, to discuss how the new commercial real estate crowdfunding platform fits into the Arbor Family of Companies. Continue reading How Does ArborCrowd Fit Into The Arbor Family of Companies?
The ‘Small Loans, Large Growth’ webinar was wrapped up with an opportunity for the audience to ask the panel questions about the program. Listen for responses to the following questions: What are the net worth requirements for Freddie Mac Multifamily’s SBL Program? What are the experience requirements? How does the size of a market impact terms and pricing? Continue reading Audience Q&A
While Arbor has executed small multifamily loans in nearly every state, certain markets like New York, California, Texas, Florida and North Carolina see strong product demand. Small balance borrowers are non-institutional individuals that tend to be more geographically focused in secondary and tertiary markets. Continue reading Top SBL Markets