CMBS Delinquencies Reach Post-Crisis Low

As distressed pre-crisis loans continue to be resolved and new loans are briskly securitized and priced, the Trepp CMBS Delinquency Rate fell to 4.12 percent in May, representing a 24 basis point (BPS) drop month-over-month, and the lowest level in eight years. This, according to an article in Asset Securitization Report, was ahead of projections and represents a 135 BPS drop year-over-year, and 77 BPS year-to-date. The delinquency rate is down from a post-crisis high of 10.34 percent, a high-water mark reached in July 2012.

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