Record Year: Fannie Mae Multifamily’s Deal Volume Tops $67B in 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Fannie Mae generated more than $67 billion in multifamily financing in 2017, the highest volume ever recorded for its Delegated Underwriting and Servicing (DUS) program, which is in its 30th year of operation. The agency financed more than 750,000 multifamily units last year, breaking records in several segments including green financing, seniors housing, structured transactions and affordable housing.

Fannie Mae’s biggest gains came in its seniors housing and green products. The agency generated $5.5 billion in seniors housing loans last year, up 267 percent from 2016. For its green product — loans on properties with Green Building Certification or those targeting a 20 percent reduction in energy/water consumption — Fannie Mae closed $27.6 billion in financing last year, a 667 percent jump from its 2016 volume.

Walker & Dunlop closed approximately $9.1 billion of Fannie Mae financing last year, making the firm the No. 1 DUS lender of 2017. The company also produced the most green loans last year for the agency. The top affordable housing DUS lender was Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, the top small loan DUS lender was Arbor Commercial Funding I LLC and the top DUS lender in the seniors housing space was KeyBank NA.

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