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Investing in distressed CRE assets in 2023 and 2024 will be the key to earning high returns on capital in the real estate industry. What is different about this distressed cycle is that most of the lenders are not foreclosing and taking title to the CRE assets, managing, and leasing them for a few months and then selling the properties. They are more likely to sell the note/mortgage rather than foreclose on the property. Like a lot of industries including hotel management, technology manufacturing, food delivery and ride-sharing, lenders prefer to be “asset-light” concerning large and complex CRE assets. This presents a unique and interesting opportunity for astute distressed investors, who are experienced in acquiring mortgage notes secured by commercial property and in the arduous foreclosure and bankruptcy process, which may follow, to obtain a clean title to the property. Distressed investors should be raising capital right now to take advantage of the upcoming plethora of defaulted CRE loans.
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