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The death of the all-cash Chinese buyer – and what it means for NYC banks

The death of the all-cash Chinese buyer – and what it means for NYC banks

Late last year, Steven Ho saw alarm bells on social media: The Chinese government was gearing up for a...

The death of the all-cash Chinese buyer – and what it means for NYC banks
What’s at stake if Deutsche Bank topples?

What’s at stake if Deutsche Bank topples?

  From the November issue: More than $13 billion is a pretty large sum, even by real estate standards. That’s...

What’s at stake if Deutsche Bank topples?
Lenders blocking US agents from buyers’ closing documents

Lenders blocking US agents from buyers’ closing documents

When you’re buying a house, don’t you want an experienced set of eyes checking out the closing papers for...

Lenders blocking US agents from buyers’ closing documents
Manhattan's top luxury market lenders between July 2014- June 2015 (Credit: The Real Deal)

Here are Manhattan’s biggest luxury condo market lenders

Large national banks were the Manhattan’s luxury condo market biggest lenders over the past year, according to an analysis...

Here are Manhattan’s biggest luxury condo market lenders
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CMBS market rebounds as lending standards loosen

Following a slow first half of the year, the commercial mortgage-backed securities market is seeing a flurry of activity...

CMBS market rebounds as lending standards loosen
More small banks to face crisis-era mortgage investigations

More small banks to face crisis-era mortgage investigations

Following series of mortgage-related settlements with too-big-to-fail banks, some less substantial lenders may soon find they are not too small...

More small banks to face crisis-era mortgage investigations
Goldman Sachs’ second real estate lending fund raises $4.2B

Goldman Sachs’ second real estate lending fund raises $4.2B

Goldman Sachs Group has completed fundraising for a second real estate credit pool. The investment bank is targeting property...

Goldman Sachs’ second real estate lending fund raises $4.2B
More lenders in more places? It’s not all good, says economist

More lenders in more places? It’s not all good, says economist

“More lenders in more places” may be good news to some borrowers, but not all, according to an influential...

More lenders in more places? It’s not all good, says economist
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Self-employed to face mortgage challenges under new rules

The tighter U.S. lending standards effective this month could make it harder for self-employed borrowers to get a mortgage.

Self-employed to face mortgage challenges under new rules
Qualified mortgage rules go into effect

Qualified mortgage rules go into effect

Tighter federal mortgage regulations go into effect today that place stricter caps on debt-to-income ratios, in the hopes that lenders stop originating mortgages to those who cannot repay them . The new rules, put forth by...

Qualified mortgage rules go into effect
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