The government-sponsored enterprises reported a brisk pace of multifamily business and disclosed who their biggest apartment lenders are.
At the Federal National Mortgage Association, there were $28.9 billion in multifamily loans that were financed last year.
There was virtually no difference in the Washington-based company’s multifamily lending volume when compared to 2013’s $28.8 billion.
Fannie Mae said almost all of its multifamily activity was securitized through mortgage-backed securities execution.
Multifamily loans financed through the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. totaled $28.3 billion last year.
Freddie Mac’s activity grew from $25.9 billion in 2013.
Fannie’s loans financed 446,000 apartment units in 2014, fewer than the 507,000 units the previous year.
Apartment units financed through McLean, Va.-based Freddie climbed to 427,000 in 2014 from the previous year’s
A total of 24 companies are Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting and Servicing multifamily lenders.
The biggest among Fannie’s multifamily lenders was Walker & Dunlop LLC.
No. 2 was Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, followed by
Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC, CBRE Multifamily Capital Inc. and PNC Real Estate.
Over at Freddie, CBRE Capital Markets was the largest multifamily lender.
Next was was Berkadia, followed by Walker & Dunlop, Holliday Fenoglio Fowler and NorthMarq Capital.