The aggregate value of CMBS commercial real estate loan collateral priced by DebtX in August rose to 85.9% from 85.3% the previous month, according to a Wednesday report from the company.

The move reflects mostly a decline in Treasury yields, but also marginally improving conditions in the quality of collateral due to loan resolutions, explained DebtX CEO Kingsley Greenland.

A year ago in August, DebtX-priced CMBS CRE loan values were 81%.

The Boston-based loan sale advisor said this August it priced 53,614 CRE loans with a $637.4 billion aggregate principal balance.

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