VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE SERIES: WHAT'S KEEPING YOU UP AT NIGHT?
Navigating the Waters of Near-Term Loan Maturities in CRE
Nearly $1.5 trillion in debt is due for repayment by the end of 2025. As borrowers seek to refinance in today’s high-interest-rate environment, lower cash returns and higher operational costs are causing an increase in distressed debt.
As loans approach maturity, borrowers face the risk of higher interest rates and potential challenges in securing refinancing. Without a proactive plan and educated next steps for maturing loans, cashflow disruptions, reduced negotiating power, and loan default risks may be right outside your door. Are you confident in your ability to navigate near-term loan maturities in today’s unpredictable market? Do you know what your options are and how to take informed action?
Watch the virtual roundtable as our panel of experts:
✓ Discuss the regulatory landscape surrounding loan maturities and the importance of transparency with lenders and stakeholders
✓ Explore various refinancing/selling options and how to identify the best next step for your firm
✓ Uncover strategies to optimize cash flow to ensure smooth debt servicing during the near term loan maturity period
Protecting Your Returns: Optimizing Operational and Debt Performance in Your CRE Assets
In this webinar, you'll learn new methodologies to generate performance analysis for your asset - so you can accurately assess where you rank today and identify specific areas of opportunity to drive & protect your returns and achieve the promote.
Real Estate Debt Optimization
In today's CRE landscape, debt management is the next lever that firms can optimize to understand their portfolio’s performance and mitigate risks. As CRE firms accumulate debt, minimizing risks and maximizing returns in the portfolio will require an accurate, proactive debt management optimization strategy.
How to Access Trapped Equity Via Cash-Out Financing in a Volatile Rate Environment
Learn how one Thirty Capital client leveraged our tailored advisement to determine when the best time to access his trapped equity would be and what loan product would best fit his situation.