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The Houston-based firm recently refinanced debt on a $50m multifamily project. 
A rear view of a concerned businessman as he places his hand on his head and looks up at a U.S. One Dollar bill coupled with a downward trending arrow and chart on the wall in front of him. This image illustrates the concept of a falling, or weakening U.S. dollar.
Hudson Valley Property Group continues to see liquidity from a wide range of lenders for its assets.  
The Irvine, California-based manager thinks the slowdown could be a sign of things to come.
The firm recently expanded in the Pacific Northwest, hiring Blake Rodgers to head its new Seattle office. 
The Newport Beach-based office specialist has also had a solid leasing year as the return to office slowly picks up pace.
The Dallas-based manager is pivoting some of its equity vehicles to also include debt investments amid rising investor demand.
The latest 75-basis-point installment has brought a further pause on less-than-great deals.
US central bank still expects 3.25-3.5% range by 2022’s end.
Amid lingering uncertainty, the manager analyzes historic rates in an attempt to predict what is to come.

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