Research - JANUARY 8, 2015

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CMBS delinquency rate falls 168 basis points in 2014

by Reg Clodfelter

CMBS is back. Over the course of 2014, the CMBS market reached almost $100 billion in deals (and will likely eclipse that number next year), still less than half the issuance seen in 2006 and 2007, but very close to the 2004 levels and significantly more than in any other year since 2008.

The fundamentals of the CMBS market have been on the upswing too, especially the delinquency rate, which dropped 168 basis points over 2014, according to Trepp, from December 2013’s 7.43 percent to the current rate of 5.75 percent, despite seeing its biggest rise in two years in October. The rate is still at the five-year low eclipsed in No

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