Fannie Mae's second multifamily DUS REMIC of the year drew several new investors that one of its executives said were attracted by the deal's relatively strong debt-service coverage ratio, LTV and diversified collateral pool.

“We saw about a dozen new accounts put in orders and we also saw growing interest in the A/B tranche with multiple orders for that particular piece,” Kimberly Johnson, vice president of multifamily capital markets, told ASR sister publication National Mortgage News.

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