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Emigrant Funding Corporation.

Emigrant Funding Corporation announced the following transactions:

* A $412,500 acquisition loan for a three-story apartment building in North Plainfield, N.J.;

* A $682,500 loan for a three-story mixed-use building in Corona, N.Y.;

* A $925,000 acquisition loan for a four-story apartment building in Hempstead, N.Y.;

* A $480,000 acquisition loan for a commercial building in Concord, N.H.;

* A $498,000 acquisition loan for a three-story mixed-use building in Elmhurst, N.Y.;

* A $1.5 million loan for a four-story apartment building in Brooklyn, N.Y.;

* A $305,500 loan for a three-story apartment building in the Bronx;

* A $400,000 loan for two buildings in Staten Island, N.Y.;

* A $309,000 acquisition loan for a one story commercial building in New York City;

* A $750,000 loan for a two-story mixed-use building in Manville, N.J.;

* A $500,000 loan for a two-story building in New York City;

* A $150,000 loan for a six-story apartment building in New York City;

* A $227,500 acquisition loan for a one-story commercial building in Uniondale, N.Y.;

* A $150,000 loan for a building in the Bronx;

* A $475,000 acquisition loan for a mixed-use building in North Kingstown, R.I.;

* A $271,600 loan for a two-story apartment building in North Bergen, N.J.;

* A $79,800 acquisition loan for a three-story mixed-use building in Philadelphia, Penn.;

* A $227,500 acquisition loan for a one-story commercial building in Worcester, Mass.;

* An $820,000 loan for a three-story mixed-use building in Brooklyn, N.Y.;

* A $402,500 acquisition loan for a one-story commercial building in West Babylon, N.Y.;

* A $577,600 acquisition loan for a mixed-use building in Hagerstown, Md.;

* A $600,000 loan for two four-story apartment buildings in Brooklyn, N.Y.;

* A $215,000 loan for a two-story mixed-use building in Queens, N.Y.;

* A $1.2 million loan for a two-story apartment building in Staten Island, N.Y.;

* A $105,000 loan for a two-story mixed-use building in Paterson, N.J.;

* A $300,000 acquisition loan for a three-story apartment building in Ridgewood, N.Y.;

* A $220,000 loan for a four-story apartment building in the Bronx;

* A $499,999 loan for one commercial unit in New York City;

* A $450,000 loan for a two-story mixed-use building in Richmond Hill, N.Y.;

* A $700,000 loan for a three-story mixed-use building in Sea Bright, N.Y.;

* A $330,000 acquisition loan for a three-story apartment building in Brooklyn, N.Y.;

* A $600,000 acquisition loan for an apartment building in Queens, N.Y.;

* A $1.268 million loan for four mixed-use buildings in Queens, N.Y.;

* A $900,000 acquisition loan for a two-story apartment building in New Brunswick, N.J.
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Date:Jan 18, 2006
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