Clay Sublett

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Construction Debt Market Grows More Competitive

While the FHA remains the market-share leader, traditional construction lenders like Chase, U.S. Bank and Bank of America, and even insurance companies like MetLife and PacLife, are stepping back into the market. More

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CMBS Market Gathers Momentum

Berkadia and Walker & Dunlop recently opened their CMBS platforms, KeyBank and Marcus & Millichap closed their first CMBS loans in ages, plus several encouraging signs are gathering for the sector. More

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CMBS Loan Pricing Continues Slow, Steady Decline

Pricing on conduit loans has dropped more than 100 basis points in the last three months, as originators re-open and investor interest begins to offer the beleaguered industry some clarity. More

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CMBS Loan Pricing Continues Slow, Steady Decline

Pricing on conduit loans has dropped more than 100 basis points in the last three months, as originators re-open and investor interest begins to offer the beleaguered industry some clarity. More

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Conduit Shops Open, But GSEs Still Dominate

Several conduit lenders, including JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs are cautiously re-opening their CMBS platforms, even as the market struggles with record-breaking delinquency rates. More

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Conduit Shops Open, But GSEs Still Dominate

Several conduit lenders, including JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs are cautiously re-opening their CMBS platforms, even as the market struggles with record-breaking delinquency rates. More

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