Interest rates remain below where most loans were originated in 2006 and 2007. The average coupon for CMBS loans that were originated last year through mid-November was about 4.5 percent. At that coupon, net operating income easily covers debt service for most loans and property types.
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Hotel loans are right behind them with a 2.82 percent delinquency rate, unchanged from December. Loans against two of the remaining three major property types saw delinquency improvements, with those against retail properties improving to 5.62 percent from 5.76 percent and those against office properties improving to 5.24 percent from 5.79 percent.
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Kroll notes that 36.5 percent of maturing loans in 2016 are for brick-and-mortar retail. Mary MacNeill of Fitch Ratings points out that retail remains the slowest to improve among the major property types, with the highest delinquency rate.
Spiking up another 18 basis points, the CMBS delinquency rate stood. Among the five categories of properties, the retail loan segment was the only one which saw an increase. The retail delinquency.
For only the fourth time in 4 years, there was an increase in the Trepp CMBS Delinquency Rate. The June reading was up 18 basis points to 2.84%, although that is 111 basis points below the year.
Retail remains the worst performing major property type. The cmbs 2.0+ delinquency rate climbed five basis points to 0.70% in April, while the CMBS 1.0 delinquency rate was 46.5 percent, a.
By property type, in July, multifamily loans topped retail. Realpoint expects retail delinquencies to continue to increase throughout 2010. Meanwhile, in its monthly report, Trepp said that the.
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The largest increase by property type belonged to the industrial segment, as its delinquency rate climbed 22 basis points to 7.37 percent. The delinquency rates for retail and lodging each moved up 20 basis points last month. CMBS loan prices also posted a small increase in April–the most recent data available–said DebtX, Boston.
By property type, in June, multifamily loans surpassed retail. Realpoint expects retail delinquencies to continue to increase throughout 2010. Meanwhile, in its monthly report, Trepp said that the.
It looks like the recent spate of store closings and bankruptcies might be having an impact on the delinquency rate for retail-backed CMBS loans, as well as the overall U.S. CMBS delinquency rate.