Get In on This Real Estate Rebound

As I prepared for my morning, I opened my email inbox to find an article on commercial real estate (CRE) defaults. According to the article on, CRE delinquencies are declining, and that segment of the real estate market is approaching a healthy state. Even troubled construction loans have fallen by about half vs. this time last year. Commercial property loan default rates are down to about half the peak level reached in 2010, as well.

Meanwhile, loan demand for CRE appears to be picking up, and prices in some markets are showing strong improvement. In the past year, CRE has not attracted as much attention or buying interest as has multifamily and single-family residential real estate, and it appears that this marketplace is improving and my present an opportunity....641 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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