FAIRFIELD CLOSES $300 MILLION MULTIFAMILY DEBT JOINT VENTURE
Fairfield News, December 22, 2020 – Fairfield Residential Holdings LLC and Fairfield Residential Company LLC (collectively, “Fairfield”) closed on a newly formed $300 million multifamily debt joint venture (the “Fairfield Debt Joint Venture”) to invest in multifamily debt through the Freddie Mac “K Note Program.” The Fairfield Debt Joint Venture’s strategy is to invest in the subordinate tranches of securitized Freddie Mac debt pools. The first investment was acquired in December 2020 and is our first investment of its kind since 2012. The Fairfield Debt Joint Venture seeks to invest in only multifamily debt through the Freddie Mac “K Note Program.”
Greg Pinkalla, CEO of Fairfield, said, “We are excited to re-enter the multifamily debt space via the Freddie Mac K Note Program. As a major borrower in the U.S. multifamily space through our various acquisition strategies, our extensive relationship with Freddie Mac and our fully integrated multifamily platform, all makes Fairfield uniquely positioned to invest in this strategy. We believe the attractive risk adjusted returns combined with a U.S. multifamily sector that is defensive, provided for an ideal time to form a new investment program to execute on the strategy.”
Fairfield Residential Company LLC is a leading owner, developer and operator of apartment communities throughout the U.S. We manage 40,000 units nationwide, including luxury new construction. renovated apartment homes in urban and suburban neighborhoods and tax credit affordable housing properties. We offer a fully integrated national multifamily services platform providing development, construction, renovation, asset and property management, and acquisition and disposition services to our investors.
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