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Challenges Facing Investors, Owners, and Lenders in Today’s Distressed Real Estate Market


Today, with an unprecedented level of turmoil in the U.S. real estate market, investors, owners, and lenders are facing enormous challenges.

According to Real Capital Analytics, as of January 2010, more than $174 billion worth of U.S. real estate was in distress, and nearly 80 percent of this number – 136 billion – consists of “troubled assets.” More importantly, only $17 billion of the distressed real estate assets has been resolved to date.

This report discusses:

  • Evolving sources of capital
  • Factors affecting real estate valuations including rising unemployment and vacancy levels, falling sales volumes, increasing capitalization rates, and higher asset yield requirements
  • Pockets of prosperity

The report also highlights the findings from a recent online poll that Deloitte conducted among more than 1000 real estate and financial services professionals.

Download the attached report to learn more.

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