Distressed Commercial Real Estate Now 600% Larger Than 2006

Commercial real estate is one trend that isn’t getting ‘less bad’. It’s just getting worse.

According to a recent August commercial real estate white paper, First American Corelogic shows how distressed commercial properties, excluding Boston, in May were 580% higher (6.8 times) the amount distressed in January 2006. Despite the carnage, it sounds like a great opportunity for the private equity players. Surely there must be some good deals amongst the distressed commercial real estate wreckage.

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CRE Newsletter August 2009

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