The multifamily debt market is estimated to reach $390 billion in 2020, bringing with it some key changes from federal agencies that could translate into opportunities for businesses. With the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) providing more clarity regarding the multifamily debt that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can purchase during the fourth quarter of 2019 and during 2020, both are focusing on mission-driven business and setting the framework for the end of conservatorship.
Commercial real estate activity remains strong throughout Northeast Ohio and in the Cleveland market. How strong? Midwest Real Estate News spoke with Jeff Musser and Taylor Hawkins, senior vice presidents in the Cleveland office of Bellwether Enterprise, about the strength of the commercial real estate market in this part of the state. These two industry veterans? They said that not only will 2019 go down as a record-setting year, next year should be a busy one, too.
Our client and employee experiences are critical to us at Bellwether, regardless of the economic conditions. Most companies eliminate staff during or immediately before a recession — we try to take the opposite approach ....
Bellwether Enterprise has secured $80 million in loans for three affordable housing developments in Texas.
In the state’s capital, the buyer of Bridge at Asher Apartments, a 452-unit apartment community at 10505 S. Interstate Highway 35 in Austin, Texas, received a $56 million Freddie Mac loan arranged by Bellwether.