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CMBS Prices Dive Again Amid Global Gloom

Commercial MBS prices took a beating again this week, dragged down by upheaval in global financial markets.

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RXR Seeking $1.2 Billion for NY Office Deal

RXR Realty is trying to line up a $1.2 billion loan to finance its pending acquisition of a Midtown Manhattan office tower.

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Deutsche to Lead Loan for NY Condo Project

Extell Development is close to tying up an $888 million financing package for the construction of a residential skyscraper in Lower Manhattan.

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Wells Lands Floater With Razor-Thin Spread

Wells Fargo has captured the mandate to provide $580 million of financing for the acquisition of four Los Angeles office buildings.

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CMBS Pros Diverge on Outlook for Spreads

Amid increasing volatility in financial markets, commercial MBS pros are split on whether new-issue prices will soon recover from last year’s...

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Fortress Exits Conduit With Walker & Dunlop

Fortress Investment has dropped out of the joint-venture conduit program it formed in late 2013 with Walker & Dunlop.

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Morgan Stanley Cutbacks Hit Real Estate Pros

The layoffs that rolled through Morgan Stanley’s fixed-income unit over the past two weeks hit at least three segments connected to its commercial...

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Cold-Storage Operator Seeks $1 Billion Loan

Cold-storage giant Lineage Logistics is shopping for a $1 billion loan on a portfolio of 44 properties scattered across the country.

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Wells Takes Lead on Loan for Big DC Project

Wells Fargo is in the driver’s seat for the financing of a large construction project in downtown Washington.

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Sutton Eyes Unsecured Debt for NY Properties

New York investor Jeff Sutton is shopping for $540 million of unsecured debt as a way to add leverage on three Manhattan retail properties without...

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Margin Plan Targets Agency Loans

Industry trade groups are calling on the SEC to drop a proposal that would subject some agency multi-family lenders to margin requirements.

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Fannie Seen in Line for StuyTown Financing

Fannie Mae is the heavy favorite to win the $2.7 billion financing assignment on the Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village apartment complexes in...

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