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Monday, August 19, 2013

Real Estate Lending and Equity Deal Terms for Middle Market Real Estate Investors

Q1 of 2013 witnessed a slow yet steady increase in overall commercial and multi-family commercial loan originations with a 9% increase in originations over Q1 2012. This growth was largely due to increased demand for multi-family and hotel property financing. Loan originations for hotel properties enjoyed a healthy 35% increase while loans for multi-tenant properties saw originations increase 30% over Q1 2012. Loans for industrial properties continue to see slow growth with loan originations up only 2% over Q1 2012, while loans for health care properties have slowed in momentum, seeing a 15% decrease in loan dollar volume. Originations for office properties continued to struggle to regain momentum, as shown by the 15% decrease in originations from Q1 2012. Originations for retail properties also suffered a 25% decrease from the prior year...

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