NRMLA’s 2017 Eastern Regional Meeting & Expo: Reverse Mortgages in a Time of Change

CEO and Founder of Lafayette Real Estate (New York) – Lafayette RE LLC is a New York-based private equity firm dedicated to the single-family rental industry in the U.S. Lafayette owns and manage more than 2,000 single family rental homes and 150 vacant lots,

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