BWE Closes $25M San Diego Office Property Loan
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC (BWE), a commercial mortgage banking company, has closed a $25 million bridge loan to finance the Willow Creek Corporate Center in the Scripps Ranch
Affordable Housing Gap Widens Throughout Dallas-Fort Worth
After seeing its population grow by 97,000 between July 2020 and 2021, the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metroplex is now home to nearly 8 million people, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. And it’s getting increasingly harder to adequately and affordably house the growing population.
BWE closes more than $60 million in multifamily and commercial loans in Illinois and Minnesota
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC announced the closing of five loans totaling more than $60,238,000 to finance three multifamily properties, one multi-tenant retail property, one single-tenant retail property and one multi-tenant office building in Illinois and Minnesota.
MBA Newslink: Dealmaker: BWE Closes $104 Million in Multifamily
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC, Cleveland, Ohio, closed $104 million in loans for two apartment properties comprising 477 luxury units in Chicago and Yulee, Fla.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING GAP WIDENS IN DFW -Texas Real Estate Business
The metroplex’s torrid rate of population growth shows no signs of slowing, while old and new barriers to supply growth rear their heads. By Taylor Williams
County Provides Funding for Renovation of Affordable Housing Units in Silver Spring
The renovation of 55 naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH) apartments at 515 Thayer Avenue in Silver Spring was recently completed. Montgomery County assisted MHP, a nonprofit developer based in Silver Spring, with part of the financing to complete this project.
How Biden Administration's Housing Action Plan Impacts Multifamily
Multifamily and financing industry officials said President Joe Biden’s newly released 13-page Housing Supply Action Plan is a step in the right direction to increase the affordable housing supply but questioned how much could be accomplished—particularly changes to...