One year ago, one of the most intriguing questions on the minds of commercial real estate investors was what was going to happen to large, performing CMBS loan that matured and the owner was not able to refinance. Since then, 528 CMBS loans valued at nearly $5 billion matured and were unable to be refinance even though 75% of these loans were throwing off more than enough cash to service their debt. The evaporation of the CMBS market and the entire shadow banking industry has created an extremely challenging financing market for all large loans, even for properties which have the cash flow to cover debt service payments. This lack of liquidity has continued to be a tangible concern for the industry.
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Agents: Robert Knakal