Northmarq Originates $199.1M Recapitalization for Midwest Affordable Housing Portfolio

Pictured is Westwood Apartments, a 202-unit property in Omaha.

IOWA, NEBRASKA AND SOUTH DAKOTA — Northmarq has originated $199.1 million in Fannie Mae loans for the recapitalization of a 14-property multifamily portfolio located in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Brett Hood of Northmarq arranged the 14 separate loans on behalf of the borrower, Minnesota-based Monitor Finance. The portfolio includes 2,784 units, 98 percent of which are affordable for residents who earn up to 60 percent of the area median income.

The loan amounts ranged from $5.6 million to more than $36.8 million. All of the loans were at a 70 percent loan-to-value ratio. All of the properties had existing fixed-rate agency debt with approximately six to eight years of loan term remaining. Twelve of the properties are located in greater Des Moines, two in Davenport, two in Omaha and one in Sioux Falls, S.D. The largest loan was for Camelot Village, a 485-unit community in Omaha.

Content Partners
‣ Arbor Realty Trust
‣ Bohler
‣ Lee & Associates
‣ Lument
‣ NAI Global
‣ Northmarq
‣ Walker & Dunlop

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