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Freddie Mac closes first direct purchase of a tax-exempt loan

Freddie Mac recently closed its first direct purchase of a tax-exempt loan. The loan financed the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 417-unit senior housing community in Dayton, Ohio known as The Lakewoods. The deal...more

Federal Court in Pennsylvania Strikes at the Heart of the Residential Mortgage System; Can Commercial Syndicated Loans and...

On June 30, 2014, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued an important decision on Pennsylvania’s recording statutes in the case of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Recorder of Deeds,...more

State Law Update: Tennessee, Kansas Update Mortgage-Related Provisions

On April 11, Tennessee enacted HB 160, a bill that makes certain minor changes to the state’s mortgage licensing law. The bill removes current licensing exemptions for (i) a person who owns a vacant tract of real property...more

Commercial Real Estate Lending: Lessons from 2012 and Predictions for 2013

The combination of 4 speaking engagements and working on 4 new (or revived) lending products buried me during the last several months. Fortunately, I’ve navigated the course, and it is a new year. It is time to take a look...more

Proposed Rules Could Change Penalty Box for Life Company Lenders

As commercial real estate lenders, life insurance companies have a unique approach on dealing with potential losses or loan loss reserves in their mortgage loans holdings. Unlike bank mortgage lenders, who apply their risk...more

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