- TRANSACTIONS: Roundup of the week in middle market loansMeridian Capital announced the following transactions; A new mortgage in the amount of $6,000,000 on a 16-unit multifamily property located on West Fourth Street in New York, NY. The loan features an initial rate of 3.50% and a five-year term. Chaim Tessler negotiated this transaction. A new mortgage of $5,200,000 was placed on a 68-unit multifamily property […]
- CW Realty closes $13M financing deal for Williamsburg condoGreystone announced it has provided $13,355,000 in Freddie Mac financing for a 24-unit apartment building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The loan was originated by Anthony Cristi of Greystone’s New York office. The refinanced property, located at 310 Graham Avenue, was constructed in 2016. The new conventional Freddie Mac loan on the property represents a permanent exit […]
Fraud & Forensic Accounting
- How to Define and Conquer the Next 365 Days with Unimpeachable NeutralityAs the temperature drops and the holidays creep in, case after case either settles or, even better, is granted a three-month continuance. Now you finally have the time to take a long hard look at the lessons you have learned this year, lessons you have applied from years past, and start defining next year’s conquest(s), […]
- Obtaining Compensation Comparability DataFrom Publicly Traded Companies Where can valuation professionals find compensation data? In this article, Stephen Kirkland discusses leading sources to find compensation of publicly traded companies. Publicly traded companies file financial information with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC then publishes some of that information, including compensation amounts for each company’s […]
- Back to the future: Council says to save retail, look to the pastThe City Council released a 72-page report Thursday about how to achieve its vision of New York City retail: mom-and-pop shops dominating the landscape. The policy brief begins by quoting E.B.... To view the full story, click the title link.
- Lump of coal for New York City as Cuomo hands out grantsNew York City may be the state's economic engine, but it's not a "top performer" in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's book. The five boroughs will see just $64.8 million of the several billion dollars in tax... To view the full story, click the title link.