Merabi Organization Group, Luxury Rental provides exclusive access to the vibrant lifestyle that makes its buildings one of the most desirable buildings where erected . From our community of luxury Office, Apartment, and Stores that offers tenants a vast array of luxury amenities that you are sure to enjoy, and thrive success.

Merabi Organization Group

Merabi Organization Group, LLC. (MOG) is family owned. A private owners of commercial real estate in the U.S.   We have grown from a small properties owner firm to a large regional real estate enterprise, owning and operating buildings primarily in the New York City, New Jersey and Los Angeles representing class A luxury rental of office, retail, residential , and hospitality properties.   At MOG, the expertise housed under one roof is extraordinary. We are staffed to build even the most complex developments, whether commercial, or residential, quickly and economically with in-house architectural, construction, design, engineering, legal, marketing and financial departments, as well as a new department just for forecasting and research since 2008 .

Changes to capital rules should be part of GSE overhaul

As policymakers consider administrative reforms to Fannie and Freddie, they must address the problem of capital arbitrage to avoid overleveraging the mortgage system. Source: Mortgage
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Mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures recede to prerecession rates

Better credit quality and the influx of refinancing during the low interest rates of the last few years pushed mortgage performance to the highest levels since the turn of the…
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HGTV shows like 'Fixer Upper' spur demand for home renovation loans

Popular TV shows about house fixers and flippers have sparked consumer interest in remodeling, creating an opportunity for lenders to build a specialty in renovation loans while traditional mortgage lending…
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Wells Fargo, NeighborWorks plan to further expand Lift program

The number of homeowners participating in an expanding down payment assistance program offered by Wells Fargo and NeighborWorks could top 20,000 this year. Source: Mortgage
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Trump administration, not Congress, may institute GSE reform in 2019

Despite the release of Senate Banking Committee Chairman Michael Crapo's outline of a government-sponsored enterprise reform plan, most policy changes will likely come from the White House, and may even…
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CFPB offers new FAQ for TRID compliance

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published a new "frequently asked questions" tool to help mortgage lenders with TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures compliance. Source: Mortgage
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Falling demand drops sales above asking for sixth straight month

Without the clashing fervor of potential homebuyers competing, fewer sellers are fetching above-listing prices on their houses, according to Zillow. Source: Mortgage
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Nonbank mortgage employment hasn't been this low since 2016

Nonbank mortgage companies cut payrolls by 3,100 full-time employees in December, bringing the level of the hiring in the industry to its lowest point in more than two years. Source:…
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Builder confidence in 55+ housing a good sign for overall home supply

Homebuilders are growing confident in 55+ communities, which could suggest more movement in the housing market at a time when homeowners continue aging in place. Source: Mortgage
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Federal regulators should speak with one voice on CRA: Fed’s Brainard

Federal Reserve Board Gov. Lael Brainard said public comments demonstrate a desire among stakeholders for reforms to be implemented consistently across the Fed, OCC and CRA. Source: Mortgage
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