Walker & Dunlop has originated $183 million in loans for a pair of Washington, D.C., LEED-certified multifamily communities – Park Chelsea and 2M.
– Project Green Building
Walker & Dunlop has been named one of the best workplaces in the financial services and insurance industries by Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine.
– Midwest Real Estate News
Livingston offers a review of the 2017 CREF/MBA Conference, themes from this past year, and the current state of the commercial real estate industry.
– Invest Florida
Walker & Dunlop recently financed two student housing portfolios for Scion Student Communities, a joint venture among The Scion Group, GIC, and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
Michael Warren has been appointed to the board of directors of commercial lender Walker & Dunlop. This move expands the company's board to eight directors.
Vice President, Laura Beaton, discusses her career achievements in the commercial real estate industry.
– Real Estate Forum
Freddie Mac Announced the 10 lenders that generated the most multifamily financing volume iwth the company in 2016.
– Multi-Housing News
Willy Walker discusses the stock market surge immediately following Trump's election.
The economy’s slow bounce back from the recession was beneficial as it did not lead to overall contributions to a financial crisis.
Willy Walker leading the commercial mortgage industry.
Robust multifamily lending has prompted the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to raise its market rate lending caps at both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac twice this year and the door is still open on a third increase before year-end.
– National Real Estate Investor
Though construction financing has slowed, acquisition financing is still readily available.
– Multi-Housing News
Fannie, Freddie, and the FHA are making it easier to go green.
– Multifamily Executive
New incentives reward energy-smart multifamily owners.
– Commercial Property Executive
Midwest Real Estate News recently spoke with James Cope about the steps investors, owners and developers must take when seeking commercial financing.
Construction on multifamily properties are prominent in Phoenix, Arizona. Location, amenities, and demand for modern conveniences are driving new construction in the local area.
CMBS now accounts for seven percent of the overall commercial real estate lending market and as regulations increase, that trend will persist.
College enrollment is at an all time high and Walker & Dunlop recently brokered a $1.4 billion joint venture deal between Scion, CPPIB, and GIC.
Charlotte, North Carolina has seen a consistent population growth rate and as a result, has led to new multifamily construction in the past few years.
Willy Walker, Walker & Dunlop’s chairman & CEO, discusses the latest trends in multifamily finance and the 2016 outlook for investment sales.
– Multi-Housing News Magazine