Post-Covid, U.S. Commercial Markets Entering New Expansion Phase

According to a new study conducted by CBRE global real estate consultant, Uist real estate sales grew in Q3 2021, showing the good performance of building materials.

The CBRE Loan Momentum Index, which follows the rate of closure of CBRE US business loans, rose in Q3 2021 to a value of 376-up 31.6% from June 2021 and 29.1% from February 2020, before the disaster. Compared with the lower than last year when lending dropped sharply between COVID-19 (September 2020 = 160), the index rose to 135%.

“The number of new borrowers entering the market when existing creditors are expanding their programs in an unprecedented way. There is a risk of recurrence,” he said. Said Brian Stoffers, CBRE Country Director for Credit and Fundraising for City Markets.

“Debt growth has remained strong in Q3, supporting loans and other donations from celebrities in it as part of creating unsecured real estate loans,” said Mr. Stoffers.

The CBRE lending study shows the performance of other lenders, such as REIT loans and loans, leading to Q3 2021, Real Estate accounting for 39% of all unsecured loans. This amount was in line with Q2 2021, as farmers sought funding to supplement their income. In the year to date, bridge loans accounted for about 80 percent of other loans closed, while construction loans account for 13%. Lenders have used the strong credit market to support their loans.

Banks were the Real Estate second-fastest lending group in Q3 2021, accounting for 23.1% of loan closures, down slightly from Q2 2021 to 38.3% in the previous year. Banks operated on a loan bridge, which was half of their performance for Q3 2021. Fixed third-party debt and construction account for 19% of all bank loans. . Most of the bank loans in Q3 2021 were for home, office, and factory buildings.

Life goes on and on maintaining a stable Real Estate credit rating over the past few months. These loans resulted in the closure of 20.2% in Q3 2021 secured by fixed-term loans for large houses, offices, and shops.

CMBS loan performance increased in Q3 2021, raising the branch to a higher level from Q1 2020. CMBS received 17.6% of loans in Q3 2021, up 14.4% in Q2 2021, and a decrease of 3.9% last year. The number of CMBS registrations is increasing, and more purchases are expected to close by the end of the year. CMBS has an annual value of $ 77.1 billion, at least twice the annual revenue for 2020 to $ 440,000.

The Q3 2021 projections were stronger than the previous quarter. Fees and receipts were low, but the total or partial interest rate was 61%. Debt interest rates with full or partial interest rates rose to 61% in Q3 2021 from 54.2% in Q2 2021. Fixed interest rates were accepted only for 23.3% of loans in Q3. 2021, up 19.8% higher in Q2 2021.

Total housing equity increased to $ 34 billion in Q3 2021 from $ 24 billion in Q2 2021. The annual value was $ 93.5 billion, just $ 3.9 less than the same period last year. The CBRE Group Price Index, which shows the fixed price index for fixed loans closed for seven to ten years, dropped 15 points (bps) in Q3 2021 to an average of 3.13%. Compared to last year, prices reach 27 bps.

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