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Bank Crisis Turns Screws on $900B in Commercial Property Debt

The recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank has raised the pressure on commercial property owners as they face a combined $900 billion in loans coming due through 2024. So reports Bloomberg.

silicon valley bankAccording to a new report from MSCI Real Assets, almost $400 billion in commercial property debt matures this year, with another $500 billion due next year.

Local and regional banks represented the largest source of newly originated debt for landlords last year, at roughly 27% of financing, MSCI Real Assets said.

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