Moody’s: ‘Mostly Steady’ CMBS Supply-Demand Fundamentals

Institutional Investment and Finance   |   Real Estate   |   January 29, 2020
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Carlton Fields’ Executive Director – Financial Services Consulting Brian Olasov was quoted in a Mortgage Bankers Association Newslink article, “Moody’s: ‘Mostly Steady’ CMBS Supply-Demand Fundamentals,” about the supply and demand outlook for property types in the securitized commercial real estate market.

Composite scores for all property types have stayed in the green zone, except for hotels and suburban offices.

Olasov observed that the long-term stability seen across most commercial property types was unsurprising. “We see it with increasing net operating incomes, reducing cap rates and historic lows in delinquencies across most sectors and metros,” he stated.

“With the exception of the always-volatile lodging market, all other property types — even retail — have exhibited surprising stability since the financial crisis,” Olasov said.

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