Growth in new CMBS issuances reduces delinquency rate: Fitch

New CMBS Issues Come On Strong July’s decline in CMBS delinquencies represented the biggest monthly drop since the Peter Cooper Village/Stuyvesant Town loan was resolved, according to Fitch Ratings.

 · With the wall of maturities in our review mirror, we expect a lower CMBS delinquency rate for 2018. Fitch’s overall US CMBS delinquency rate finished the year at 3.22%, which was 15 basis points lower than the previous month and 12 bps lower than a year ago, although delinquencies for the office and retail sectors were up from the year-ago.

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Fitch’s overall US CMBS delinquency rate finished the year at 3.22%, 15 basis points lower than the previous month and 12 bps lower than a year ago, although delinquencies for the office and.

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The growth in CMBS issuances was not enough to offset a $217.8 million net increase in delinquent mortgages, to $13.73 billion. This declined $4.63 billion or 25.2% from the unpaid principal balance of delinquent loans in April 2017, while the rate is 67 bps lower than one year prior.

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The delinquency rate for commercial mortgage-backed securities dropped 14 basis points to 2.05% from December to January, marking the third consecutive month of declines. December’s new issuance volume of $6.4 billion, which was more than double the $3.1 billion in portfolio runoff, pushed up the overall index denominator, according to Fitch.

CHICAGO — The U.S. CMBS delinquency index continued to fall another five basis points (bp), largely due to a large drop in hotel delinquencies from a rather unlikely source, according to Fitch Ratings’ latest U.S. CMBS loan delinquency index.