Anthony Tarter currently serves as the Vice Chairman and Head of Workforce Housing for Newmark. Based in the company’s Dallas, Texas office, Anthony is a 20-year multifamily real estate veteran, with substantial expertise in agency, life companies, debt funds and bridge-to-agency executions in the Workforce Housing sector. He has closed upwards of $15 billion in loans over the course of his career and of the nearly $1 billion in loans he closed in 2021, 95% were for naturally occurring affordable housing.
Anthony has assisted in developing agency social impact programs, including Fannie Mae’s Sponsor Initiated Affordability (SIA) program where his team closed the first ever Fannie Mae loan under this new program. He also took part in the development of Freddie Mac’s Social Impact and Master Financing Commitment and its Tenant Advancement Commitment, a program offering favorable pricing and credit terms for borrowers who agree to create or preserve affordable rent levels on a portion of units at a property over the term of the loan. One of Anthony’s Sponsors was named Freddie Mac’s Inaugural Impact Sponsor of the Year.
Prior to joining Newmark, Anthony served as Executive Vice President and National Director of Workforce Housing and Social Impact for Bellwether, also having held roles at ARCS/PNC Bank, Arbor REIT and Prudential throughout his career.
Anthony’s philanthropic and industry involvement includes co-founding Veritas Impact Partners, a non-profit formed to assist apartment owners in implementing social impact services within their communities across the country. The organization is currently serving over 20,000 households. Anthony also serves on the board of the National Multifamily Housing Council’s (NMHC) Workforce Housing Committee.
Anthony is passionate about impacting the renter experience through the housing communities he works with every day. He views renters as the ultimate clients and believes that focusing on amenities and services that improve the quality of their lives is paramount.
Please click to view a short film produced by a 60 Minutes crew and Fannie Mae’s PR group where Anthony and his client were highlighted. Fannie’s CAO, Jeff Hayward, appeared in the film which highlighted another property Anthony financed where the sponsor implemented social impact services, while also preserving workforce housing.
Anthony graduated from Abilene Christian University, with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance. He also studied International Business through Oxford University.
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Newmark Hires New Head Of Workforce Housing
Newmark Hires Workforce Housing Debt and Structured Finance Expert Anthony Tarter
Newmark announced the hire of industry expert, Anthony Tarter, growing the firm’s Multifamily Capital Markets Debt and Structured Finance practice in the workforce housing sector.