The RADCO Companies, which recently acquired a major apartment complex in suburban Denver, put together an unusual financing structure for the transaction. The capital structure for Parc Belmar in suburban Denver included first mortgage debt from Freddie Mac as well as preferred equity from The Related Companies. “This is the first time that a GSE has allowed a preferred position behind a floating-rate....

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