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Moody’s/RCA: CRE Prices Fell in April, Major Markets Lead Recovery

Commercial real estate prices fell in April across nearly all sectors, according to Moody's/RCA Commercial Property Price Indices (CPPI). The CPPI, composed of 20 indices, showed that CRE prices in the United States were down 0.6 percent in April. Prices fell across all sectors of the CPPI with the exception of the industrial sub-sector, which saw a price gain of 1.1 percent. Compared to the last quarter, the industrial sector posted the biggest gain of 3.9 percent, but that gain still lags the recovery in the core commercial sector of which it is a part.

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Reports Show Improvements in Commercial Property Sector

Two industry reports point to positive trends in the commercial property sector that experts are attributing to improved credit conditions. Moody's tracked a 4.3 percent increase in commercial property prices during September, marking the first rise in the company's index since May. Real Capital reports the volume of commercial real estate deals grew 5.9 percent from September to October, and the company is predicting an even stronger fourth quarter.

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Reports: Distressed Commercial Real Estate Equals $187B

The total value of distressed commercial real estate (CRE) in the United States right now is $186.9 billion, including properties in default, foreclosure, and lender REO, according to data from the research firm Real Capital Analytics. The Transwestern company Delta Associates says this tally represents an increase of 12 percent, or $20.1 billion, since June and means CRE distress has risen back to the level it was in March of this year. But the company says a plateau in the $165-$200 billion range will be the norm for a while.

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Real Capital Uncovers Evidence of Lenders Stepping up CRE Resolutions

The volume of commercial real estate assets with outstanding distress grew by $6.3 billion in June, but it was the smallest monthly increase since late 2008, according to the research firm Real Capital Analytics. While the slow-down in the growth rate can be attributed in part to the lack of large portfolios to fall into trouble during the month, the analysts at Real Capital say they are also seeing a marked increase in workout activity by lenders.

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