Real Estate — November 29, 2012Canadian Commercial Mortgage Market Continues to be Well Capitalized, A Second Canadian CMBS Deal-CMLS Financial Releases Latest Commercial Mortgage Spread Commentary
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 29, 2012) - The Canadian commercial mortgage market continues to be well capitalized with most major lenders still active participants this late in the year. This quarter, the Canadian CMBS market takes a step closer to rejuvenation with CMLS Financial's $249 million issue; it's a record year for REIT senior unsecured issuance; RBC issues an historic covered bond; and the high yield space gets a little more crowded. Read the full commentary here: November 2012 Commentary.
CMLS Financial Ltd. is Canada's largest independently-owned commercial mortgage services company and one of the fastest growing organizations of its kind in Canada. CMLS Financial offers a host of diverse products and services to the commercial real estate finance industry, and soon, to the single family residential mortgage marketplace.
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