First the House and now the Senate have included provisions in their regulatory relief bills that bankers say would go a long way toward clearing up confusion over how to treat high-volatility commercial real estate loans.
Consumers’ desire to shop online is creating huge demand for distribution centers and forcing property owners to think creatively about redeveloping vacant retail space. Meanwhile, hundreds of billions of dollars will be spent rebuilding areas hard hit by hurricanes and wildfires.
The properties have a total of 1,228 rooms, or "keys" located across four major U.S. cities: San Francisco (346 keys; 39.4% of allocated loan amount), Chicago (429 keys; 26.4%), Boston (178 keys; 18.2%) and Philadelphia (275 keys; 16%).
The delinquency rate for U.S. commercial real estate loans in CMBS is now 5.21%, a decrease of 19 basis points from the September level, according to Trepp. That is the second-largest rate drop measured in the last 19 months.