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  • Multi-Family Still Solid, but Beware of Toxic CMBS Pockets

    Multi-family has been the darling of the recovery, but it’s also one of the worst performing property types in terms of delinquencies for Fitch-rated CMBS. But the good news is that most of the toxic assets are contained in small pockets – ones that can be avoided.

    National 07 March 2012 20:46

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