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The concern is that when rate cuts finally happen, the magnitude of these cuts could be lower than expected. 
A rendering of a Jamaica, Queens apartment project backed by Slate Property Group.
Continued lack of liquidity in banking system leaves private credit lenders to fill financing gaps.
New York skyline
The New York developer sees banks and debt funds originating construction loans on deals which have strong theses.
Skyline of Newark, New Jersey and its reflection on the water.
Lack of money center banks is creating more space for private credit lenders with multifamily, industrial and construction lending.
The women-led firm focuses on ground-up, multifamily projects in the Sunbelt region.
The alternative lender has hired John Omori from Bank of Hope to spearhead the initiative, which will focus on smaller, local builders in the multifamily sector.
A rendering of 54 Crown Street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn
The 569-unit project adds to development momentum fueled by private credit lenders.
A large tree radiates green light onto the glass windows of a building.
Six insurance firms allocated $525m to finance energy efficiency and sustainability projects.
A rendering of the 260-unit apartment project being developed at 251 Douglass Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Joint venture between Canyon Partners Real Estate, Charney and Tavros contributes $64.4bn of equity to fund the deal.
Dallas cityscape
The Dallas-based manager’s latest whitepaper highlights the banking pullback and the perception of the US office sector as areas in need of a deeper dive.
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