US CMBS delinquency rate hits post-crisis low in May

The overall delinquency rate for real estate loans packaged in CMBS transactions declined to 4.12% this month, the lowest rate in nearly a decade, according to CMBS data provider Trepp.

  • By Alexander Saeedy
  • 31 May 2018
Trepp concluded that the rate has declined thanks to the continued resolution of distressed legacy debt and the “brisk pace” of new loans being originated in the CMBS market. Delinquencies are also lower as a consequence of a large class of CMBS loans maturing and being refinanced between ...

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