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Monday, 27 July 2009

CMBS Delinquency Jumps by 53 Percent in June to $28.65Bln

Commercial Real Estate Direct Staff Report

Thevolume of delinquent CMBS loans skyrocketed by 53 percent in June to $28.65billion.

That increase includes a$9.87 billion jump, to $11.24 billion, in the volume of loans that became at least 30-days late in June, the biggest-ever monthly increase. It could be explained in large part bythe classification as 30-days late of some $3.4 billion of loans on propertiesowned by General Growth Properties, which filed for bankruptcy in April.

Takeout the GGP loans and the overall delinquency rate is still a whopping $25.27 billion.

Asa result of the Chicago REIT's bankruptcy, it is making only interest paymentson its mortgages, even if they also require principal payments. While someservicers have classified loans their handling as delinquent as a result of themissing principal payments, others have classified them as performing. That couldindicate that they're either advancing principal payments or they're accounting for the loans differently.

Evenif you exclude the GGP loans, the delinquency rate has jumped tonever-before-seen levels. That's the result of the continued freeze in thecredit markets, wherefew maturing mortgages are able to refinance, and declining...





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Data Digest

 

CMBS DELINQUENCY VOLUME

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CMBS SPECIAL SERVICING VOLUME

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Top Bookrunners
Private-Label CMBS - FY2014
Inv Bank #Deals Bal $mln MktShr%
Deutsche Bank 27.1  23,479.37 26.3
JPMorgan 18.6  13,752.01 15.4
Wells Fargo 17.2  13,085.05 14.6
Goldman Sachs 9.0  7,896.25 8.8
Citigroup 9.1  7,526.97 8.4

 

 

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Top Loan Contributors
Private-Label CMBS FY2014
Lender Vol $mln MktShr%
Deutsche Bank 14,005.13 16.0
JPMorgan 11,440.63 13.0
Wells Fargo 5,849.16 6.7
CCRE 5,750.69 6.6
Citigroup 5,604.13 6.4

 

 

 

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