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The US commercial real estate debt market is holding out hope for more clarity on the magnitude of future interest rate increases throughout 2023.
Facing a wall of maturities in a rising rate environment, borrowers need the one thing that could prove impossible to get.
US investors will adopt more debt and opportunistic strategies this year, says the firm’s January Investor Intentions Survey.
The firm also believes CMBS delinquencies could rise to top 4%. 
Whichever case scenario plays out, the interest rates will keep imposing a significant impact on the real estate capital market.
Baseball scoreboard shows 13 runs scored by away team in 3rd inning versus home team's 5 runs.
The alternative credit manager's head of real estate says the current market is ‘almost uninvestable’ amid rate hikes, debt cost increases.
More commercial real estate borrowers are taking a different tack in trying to manage rising interest rates, looking at the potential for assuming seasoned, in-place debt as an alternative to obtaining new financing when making acquisitions.
Real Estate Capital USA looks at why the debt markets are slowing down and when they will thaw.
Market sources believe transaction activity is unlikely to reboot until the end of Q1 2023 or later.
The Houston-based firm recently refinanced debt on a $50m multifamily project. 

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