Apr 25, 2018, 09:00 ET
BOSTON, April 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DebtX, the largest marketplace for loans, said today that prices of commercial real estate loans underlying CMBS posted a modest increase in March.
During the month, the estimated price of whole loans securing the CMBS universe increased to 96.7% at the end of March, from 96.5% at the end of February. Prices were 98.1% in March 2017.
"Loan prices in the CMBS universe have remained in a narrow range over the past year," said DebtX Managing Director Will Mercer. "The slight increase in loan prices in the CMBS universe in March was driven primarily by a minor decrease in U.S. Treasuries and a modest flattening of the yield curve."
As of the end of March, DebtX priced $1.18 trillion in commercial real estate loans that collateralize U.S. CMBS trusts. From last month, the median adjusted loan-to-value remained at 58%, and the median debt service coverage ratio was unchanged at 1.52. The median estimated loan yield decreased to 4.5%.
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