What Will Happen To Fannie And Freddie? See GlobeSt’s interview with Berkeley Point’s Mitch Clarfield.
February 16, 2017
Los Angeles, CA – Changes could be coming to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but agency expert Mitch Clarfield of Berkeley Point Capital is optimistic about the future.
With a new administration in office, the industry is bracing for changes to everything from tax codes and interest rates to the government-sponsored enterprises, particularly Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Mitch Clarfield, senior managing director at Berkeley Point Capital and an agency expert, is optimistic about the future of Fannie and Freddie. For each of the last three years, his team has done more than $500 million in agency structured products transactions and $1.2 billion in overall deal volume, and he thinks having both agencies are good for the market.
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Berkeley Point Capital LLC is one of the nation’s leading providers of multifamily capital solutions. The Firm boasts a 30 year history and a servicing portfolio of $55 billion representing in excess of 3,600 loans in 49 states. A top five Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Lender, Berkeley Point offers a full complement of GSE, FHA, Life Company and Conduit products. Together with its parent firm, CCRE – a fully integrated commercial real estate finance company, they are the country’s largest non-bank platform.