December 2004
Mortgage Banking;Dec2004, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p99
Reports that Moody's Investors Service Inc.'s commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) default and delinquency study has found that commercial real estate in smaller cities is riskier than in larger ones even when the lower debt level of buildings in larger cities is factored into the equation. Insights from "U.S. CMBS Loan Performance: Impact of Seasoning, Leverage and Location on Probability of Default"; Analysis of life insurance companies' portfolios; Experience for delinquencies in commercial real estate.


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