KBRA Releases Study – CMBS Loan Performance Trends: September 2021
NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) publishes a report on the performance trends of commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) lending in the United States observed during the service reference period of September 2021. The delinquency rate in September fell to 4.4%, from 4.6% in August. This is the 15th consecutive month the rate has fallen or has remained stable compared to the previous month since its peak in June 2020, at 8.2%.
Accommodation recorded the largest drop in delinquency rates, at 10.2% vs. 11.3%, followed by retail trade (7.2% vs. 7.4%) and multi-family (1.7% vs. 1.9%). As in recent months, the drop in accommodation defaults has been significant, with 29 accommodation loans totaling $ 618.2 million becoming common or resolved. A review of the conduit universe showed defaults declined to 5.4%, down 30 basis points from the 5.7% default rate in August. In September, the amount of loans conducted in special services also fell for the fifth consecutive month, to $ 17.7 billion from $ 18.2 billion in August 2021.
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