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Our Seattle office offers a complete range of financing options for all types of commercial real estate. We serve the entire Pacific Northeast region and can arrange commercial real estate loans for any property type through our unmatched network of lending partners. Call our local office to learn more.

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Stuart Oswald featured in Real Estate Journal

Stuart Oswald, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq Capital’s Seattle-based regional office, was recently featured in the July/August edition of Real Estate Forum in an article titled “Senior Housing’s Limitless Boom.” In the article, Oswald discusses how the next 20 years will see unprecedented growth in the nation’s senior population and how this growth will lead to increased development in the senior housing sector from both experienced operators and new firms. But that doesn’t mean finding financing solutions in this highly specialized category will be easy. Read the article here.

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Ron Peterson delivers Freddie Mac update in NorthMarq’s Market News

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Freddie Mac’s Confidence in Western U.S. on the Rise

Freddie Mac continues to be bullish in the Western U.S. and particularly so in the Seattle MSA, where overall occupancy rates are above 95 percent. In-fill submarkets are particularly strong with some areas at 97 percent occupancy or better. Seattle has been one of the top cities for rent growth over the past few years and is expected to stay strong, although projected rent increases will likely slow. Freddie Mac nationally has had a slower first quarter than typical, but still did annual production of $17.5 billion for the first quarter.

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