CMBS

MBA: Mortgage Delinquency Rates Stay Low in Q3
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MBA: Mortgage Delinquency Rates Stay Low in Q3

CMBS delinquency rises slightly while Fannie Mae remains steady. More

CMBS Sector Begins Rebound in Second Half of 2016
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CMBS Sector Begins Rebound in Second Half of 2016

After a rocky first half, the sector looks to rally on the back end. More

Tidal Wave of Old CMBS Loans Finally Hits Multifamily Sector
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Tidal Wave of Old CMBS Loans Finally Hits Multifamily Sector

The commercial mortgage-backed securities industry looks to rally in the second half. More

New CMBS Retention Regs May Not Be So Bad After All
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New CMBS Retention Regs May Not Be So Bad After All

CoStar Group's Mark Heschmeyer looks at the impact of new regulations governing... More

As Peak CMBS Mature, Troubled Assets Fall Below 10%
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As Peak CMBS Mature, Troubled Assets Fall Below 10%

The long-anticipated wave of CMBS maturities from the last cycle is finally... More

Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk
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Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk

A few months after being bought by Cantor Commercial Real Estate, Berkeley Point... More

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CMBS Recovery Slows as Conduits Battle Steep Competition CMBS Recovery Slows as Conduits Battle Steep Competition

Notwithstanding all the talk of the CMBS industry's rapid recovery—80-plus percent activity growth last year, with another 25 percent projected this year—apartment lending by Wall Street’s active conduit lenders appears to have slowed due to heated competition. More

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GSE Share of Multifamily Originations Falls to Less Than 50%

Private debt sources have stepped up, pushing Fannie and Freddie to less than 50 percent of the market. More

Fast Forward: 2014 Market Preview
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Fast Forward: 2014 Market Preview

Bell Partners had a busy year on the investment front in 2013, buying more than... More

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More Lender Competition (and More IO) in 2014

Despite expectations that multifamily mortgage rates will move up at least moderately in 2014, borrowers should nevertheless encounter exceptional liquidity in the coming year. More

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