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Walker & Dunlop Closes $8.8 Million Refinance Loan for Multifamily Property in Texas Hotspot

Bethesda, Maryland – May 16, 2017

SOCO

Walker & Dunlop, Inc. (NYSE: WD) announced today that it structured a $8,775,000 loan for SOCO Apartments, a Class A, garden-style community in Austin, Texas. The multifamily complex is located in SoCo, or South Congress Avenue District, which is one of the most trendy and up-and-coming addresses south of downtown Austin.

Walker & Dunlop’s Stuart Wernick led the origination team in structuring a 10-year loan with the availability to rate lock at application, which attracted the sponsor. “Our life company lender had a strong desire for multifamily product in Austin, and the revitalization in the SoCo market was a driving factor in their ability to do a full-term, interest-only structure on a 2006 vintage asset,” remarked Mr. Wernick.

SOCO Apartments has 122 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, which are over 95 percent occupied. The 103,568-square-foot property consists of 16 two-story buildings plus a clubhouse, fitness center, pool, and covered and open-air parking. The development is in close proximity to the entertainment and cultural district as well as education hubs including the University of Texas and St. Edwards University.

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