Vol. 50 Nbr. 10, July 1990
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- A promising outlook: the quiet progress now evident on the commercial mortgage securitization front mirrors the early growth stages of the residential mortgage securities market.
- A return to reason.
- Boardroom view.
- Born again conservatives.
- Connecticut's forecast: still cloudy.
- Discovering commercial mortgage statistics.
- Economic trends.
- Fitting the pieces together.
- HUD's mystery program.
- Lending liability legislation.
- Managing the hotel hotbed: sick hotels require expert medicine. A clean bill of health usually comes when lenders consult with outside professionals.
- Secondary market.
- The great financing drought: regulators turned off the funding spigot for developers and the commercial property markets are now trying to adjust.
- The market to the north: the Canadian commercial property market is going through its own lean times, with an overbuilt office sector and increasingly cautious lenders.