CRE Markets Beginning to Heal

by CoyDavidson on January 5, 2011

CRE Debt Market Worries Look Less Troublesome

New signs of recovery are starting to emerge in the commercial realty market according to Tom Fink, Senior Vice President at Trepp, a provider of CMBS and commercial real estate debt information.

A year ago there were serious concerns regarding the massive volume of CRE debt that would needed to refinanced over the next 3 to 5 years. While loan delinquency rates are expected to rise in the short term, the situation looks less troublesome than a year ago.

“The market will find a way to fund the trillion to a trillion and a half of commercial mortgages that are going to have to be refinanced over the next three to five years”, said Mr. Fink.

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