CMBS

Chart: Retail, Hotel Assets Dominate US Distress Inflows

Haley Crimmins / September 29th, 2020

Announcements of bankruptcy or default, tenant distress, or CMBS loans...

The US Debt Stool, Though Wobbly, Is Still Standing

Jim Costello / September 16th, 2020

The pullback by CMBS and investor-driven originators is not as destructive...

Chart: Composition of US Apartment, Hotel Lending

Haley Crimmins / June 26th, 2020

In an RCA Insights post earlier this month, Jim Costello described how CMBS distress...

CMBS Distress Is Only the Tip of the Iceberg

Jim Costello / June 3rd, 2020

The CMBS market has not been the primary originator of commercial mortgage debt...

Debt Funds Continue to Gain US Lending Market Share

Jim Costello / September 19th, 2019

The U.S. commercial mortgage market is as competitive as ever. Debt funds have continued to gain market share and for the first half of 2019...

Opportunity Zone Lending? Capital Is Already Active

Jim Costello / April 2nd, 2019

Patterns of lending within the Qualified Opportunity Zone geographies (QOZs) of the U.S. suggest that many...

US Lending Market Gets More Competitive in 2018

Jim Costello / March 21st, 2019

The commercial mortgage market got more competitive in 2018 with six out of the eight lender categories tracked by Real Capital Analytics each capturing...

Which US Lender Groups Are Gaining Ground?

Jim Costello / September 20th, 2018

The U.S. commercial real estate debt markets are now as competitive as ever. Despite the upward move of the long-end of the yield curve over the last year and a half, commercial mortgage rates have not...

Non-Traditional Lenders Gain Ground

Jim Costello / March 15th, 2018

Non-traditional lenders are gaining ground in the market for commercial property lending. Our US Capital Trends report to be released next week will show that financial companies and private lenders...

Will the Fed Spook Commercial Property Prices?

Jim Costello / October 18th, 2017

Everybody and their brother expects that the Federal Reserve will raise rates in December. That’s the known. The unknown is the effect that a rate hike and the unwind of quantitative easing (QE) will...

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