Have closed on approximately $14 billion in multifamily financings since joining Newmark in 2011
Experts in structuring and closing large, complex transactions
Newmark Vice Chairmen Charlie Haggard and Kevin Mignogna bring over 50 years of combined experience to the multifamily capital markets space. Since joining Newmark as partners in 2011, they have closed on approximately $14 billion in multifamily financings, including 20 portfolios consisting of five or more properties. The pair established the Newport Beach, CA office of the Multifamily Capital Markets Debt & Structured Finance group and continue to bolster their originations team. Haggard and Mignogna are experts in structuring and closing large, complex transactions.
Despite the challenges in 2021, the duo originated approximately $900 million. Transaction highlights included $112 million in permanent financing for a newly constructed multifamily project in Orange County, CA; origination in debt to finance the acquisition of a 648-unit multifamily property in Maryland and debt and equity origination totaling $95 million on a two-property portfolio for a public-private partnership.
2021 brought increased production from non-GSE lenders in the multifamily space, with the team focused on providing the most efficient capital to clients, specifically tailored to strategy and target hold periods. This resulted in a more diverse and robust lender pool ranging from the GSE, debt funds, life companies and banks.
These are some of the reasons we selected Haggard and Mignogna for inclusion in the Connect CRE Top Mortgage Brokers and Lenders Awards. These awards recognize industry professionals who have demonstrated the highest standards in commercial real estate finance.
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