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There Will Be Blood

by Geoffrey Dohrmann

1 At the recent CB Richard Ellis Investors Conference in Arizona, The Real Estate Roundtable presented, among others, the following facts: •         The $6.7 trillion pre-crash U.S. commercial real estate investment market is now valued at $5.7 trillion. •         There currently is $3.5 trillion in total commercial real estate debt outstanding. On average, approximately $300 billion of that commercial real estate debt will be maturing annually during the next three to five years. •         Banks and CMBS account for 80 percent of the debt market. Today, both these sources of commercial real estate debt financing remain virtually shut down to new lending. •         As for the underlying fundamentals of the property markets, the picture is grim. Operating income and prope

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