Fitch Ratings, New York, reported the commercial mortgage-backed securities delinquency rate decreased two basis points in February to 1.83%.
Trepp: 2022 Life Insurance Mortgage Returns Worse Than 2008
Trepp LLC, New York, said its life LifeComps index of insurance company commercial mortgage investments saw a -10.1% return in 2022, largely due to a -14.3% appreciation return.
January CMBS Delinquency Rate Falls Below 3%
Trepp, New York, reported the U.S. commercial mortgage-backed securities delinquency rate fell 10 basis points in January to 2.94%
CMBS Special Servicing Rate Rises Again
Trepp, New York, reported the commercial mortgage-backed securities special servicing rate increased in November for the fourth consecutive month.
Trepp: Life Insurance Returns on Pace for Worst Performance to Date
Trepp, New York, released its third quarter returns report for its life insurance commercial mortgage index, reporting the 2022 year-to-date return is predicted to be the lowest since Trepp started collecting LifeComps data in 1996.
Trepp: Bank Loans Outperforming CMBS Loans
Trepp, New York, said the bank-issued commercial real estate loans it tracks generally performed better than commercial mortgage-backed securities loans last year.
Trepp: Disruptions Sink Life Insurance Mortgage Returns
Trepp, New York, said life company investments are feeling the effects of major market events that have taken place since early 2022.
Trepp: Bank CRE Originations Up in Late 2021
Trepp, New York, reported bank commercial real estate originations rebounded in late 2021 while delinquencies continued to trend down after a moderate rise in 2020.
CMBS Delinquency Rate Maintains Downward Trajectory
The commercial mortgage-backed securities delinquency rate fell 10 basis points during March to 2.38 percent, driven by robust new issuance and few new delinquencies, reported Fitch Ratings, New York.
Trepp: Europe Leads U.S. in ESG Adoption
Environmental, Social and Governance criteria are now incorporated into corporate strategies worldwide. But the United States is falling behind Europe in the investment of ESG commercial mortgage-backed securities deals, said Trepp, New York.