Even as the Trump Administration moves to loosen regulation, commercial mortgage bonds are enjoying a different kind of relief: Investors like risk retention so much that they are willing to pay up for it.

The first few deals to market since the rules took effect Dec. 24 have been so well received that it is making CMBS more competitive with other kinds of commercial real estate financing, such as loans from commercial banks and insurance companies.

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