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What Are the Options for Real Estate Owners Facing Loan Defaults

By Harold Bordwin The almost daily announcements in the press about defaults, foreclosures, deeds-in-lieu and, among other things, the forthcoming sale of Signature Bank’s $33 billion commercial real estate loan portfolio are ominous signs for the real estate community. They reflect the challenges facing commercial real estate owners and lenders in this age of elevated interest rates […]

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CRE Lending Powers Fast Community Bank Growth But as Rates Rise, So Does Caution By Diane McLaughlin Banker & Tradesman Staff Local banks and credit unions have emerged as big winners from the 65 percent year-over-year- growth in commercial mortgage volumes statewide this year. Community banks and credit unions accounted for more than half the […]

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Federal Bank survey shows Tighten Bank Loan Standards Insurance lending High in Commercial Real Estate

Fed says Banks tightened loans in Q2 while Insurance Companies pursues more CRE lending

While the broad standards for business loans have remained unchanged, loan officers at U.S. banks reported tightening lending standards on commercial real estate loans and a weaker demand for both types.   According to a quarterly survey conducted by the Federal Reserve, banks reported stricter standards for construction and land development loans as well as loans […]

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