US CMBS to slow next year after busy 2017

The US CMBS market has surprised to the upside in 2017, with year to date issuance set to surpass full year 2016 volumes and spreads touching their tightest levels since 2014. However, the outlook for 2018 is looking less clear on the back of fewer loan maturities and a slowdown in commercial real estate transaction volume.

  • By Max Adams
  • 24 Oct 2017
Year to date, $67bn of CMBS has been priced and investors are eyeing another $10bn of potential deals through the end of the year. Meanwhile, triple-A super senior conduit CMBS paper is trading in the area of 78bp over swaps, the tightest levels since the second half of ...

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