Currie, Andrew
December 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;12/9/2006 EG Finance, p26
Trade Publication
The article provides information on commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS). It cites the impact of the adoption of CMBS on the availability of funds for property investment. Single-borrower and multi-borrower are the two basic types of CMBS transactions. It details the features of a CMBS conduit transaction.


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