Report | Cost of debt changes - January 2014
As the Federal Reserve initiates steps toward its QE exit strategy, the news still comes with initial volatility, but relatively low Treasury yields prevail. Despite the ups and downs, balance sheet lenders have taken advantage of pricing opportunities and are competing more aggressively with alternative CMBS players. Tightened credit spreads still allow the CMBS market to hold its own, and trends point to a healthy lending landscape overall, with growing interest in floating-rate product. That said, despite any volatility, the cost and availability of capital remains favorable. As a result, serious investors have larger property buying appetites and are ready to put more financing strategies to work.
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