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John Reed interviewed by Multi-Housing News: What multifamily borrowers need to know

John Reed, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq’s Omaha-based regional office, was featured in a video interview produced by Multi-Housing News during the recently held MBA CREF 2019 conference in San Diego. During the conversation, Reed discussed what investors should know about the continually changing capital markets for multifamily real estate.

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John Reed featured in Midlands Business Journal: As development market expands, NorthMarq positions itself locally

Responsiveness to opportunities and access to capital at reasonable rates has positioned NorthMarq Capital’s financing operations favorably in Omaha. A recent merger and expertise that reaches around the block to across the country have solidified the Minneapolis-based company as a partner of choice among developers.

“The commercial real estate market across the board has been growing, particularly in the last three years,” said John Reed, Omaha office managing director. “We’ve got plenty of clients in need of capital and institutional capital right now is very abundant.”

Reed said the average loan size generated by the Omaha operations is currently in the $10 million range with the largest single deal of late being $80 million to finance Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Nebraska’s project at Aksarben. Portfolio deals at the national level—involving multiple national assets—can easily run into the billions of dollars.

Read the full story as printed in Midlands Business Journal.

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John Reed recognized in 2018 Class of MBA’s Commercial/Multifamily Future Leaders Program

John Reed, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq Capital’s Omaha regional office, was recognized on stage at the MBA’s Annual Conference & Expo 2018 as a member of the 2018 Class of MBA’s Commercial/Multifamily Future Leaders Program. The new class will join a national network of more than 100 real estate finance professionals who have been acclaimed by the industry as its next generation of leaders.

Last month in Washington, D.C., Reed and other participants presented their final business strategies to a panel of industry experts. This was the final step in a year-long executive leadership development program which delivers a comprehensive curriculum for selected middle- and senior-level managers who have shown leadership interests and potential. Graduates of this program exemplify the knowledge and expertise required of future industry leaders.


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Rodrigo Lopez featured in MBA Newseek: Technology ‘Challenges and Opportunities’

NorthMarq Capital Executive Chairman/Mortgage Bankers Association Chairman Rodrigo Lopez, CMB, noted during the MBA National Technology in Mortgage Banking Conference & Expo that the real estate finance industry must promote opportunities to help consumers, advance the real estate finance industry and grow the broader economy.

“Technology is one of these critical areas, and one that poses some of the biggest challenges, while at the same time presenting a new frontier of opportunity for the business of real estate finance,” said Lopez. Read the full story here.

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Rodrigo Lopez recognized as one of the country’s most succesful Hispanic real estate titans

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Rodrigo López, founder of Nebraska-based AmeriSphere Multifamily Finance and executive chairman for NorthMarq Capital Finance, was highlighted in a recent special report from Bisnow. The report highlighted three Hispanic titans of the commercial real estate industry and their perspectives of the future. Rodrigo detailed his transformation from a 17-year old immigrant from Columbia who couldn’t speak English and had nothing to his name into the current chairman-elect of the Mortgage Bankers Association.

While the commercial real estate remains dominated by the white, male demographic, Rodrigo shared his optimism about the potential for a more diverse industry. “The sheer force of the demographics over the next decade or two will change things,” he said. “So a Hispanic loan originator is going to be far more successful in a Latino community than someone who does not understand the culture or perhaps doesn’t speak the language.”

To serve this new wave, the industry has to become more inclusive, raise awareness among minority audiences about the broad range of career options, actively recruit and mentor, encourage ethnic gains in advocacy and leadership, and start viewing diversity in the workplace as a business opportunity. Read the full story here.

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