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RSM, Deloitte, Duval & Stachenfeld pros detail lending conditions and cautions moving into Q4.
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Hudson Valley Property Group continues to see liquidity from a wide range of lenders for its assets.  
The study, which incorporates 65 years of data, is the first significant research on commercial mortgage losses and risk metrics since 2005.
The Irvine, California-based manager thinks the slowdown could be a sign of things to come.
The Colliers-arranged financing underscores the push to convert office space into new uses.
The Newport Beach-based office specialist has also had a solid leasing year as the return to office slowly picks up pace.
Lenders and borrowers are still making deals despite mounting concerns over the cost of capital and economic stagnation, according to George Smith Partners’ Gary Mozer.
The Dallas-based manager is pivoting some of its equity vehicles to also include debt investments amid rising investor demand.
The latest 75-basis-point installment has brought a further pause on less-than-great deals.
'There's a reset in the real estate markets,' says Lee Menifee, head of Americas.

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