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Our recent analysis shows U.S. commercial real estate loans set to mature in 2023 and 2024 total nearly $900b*. Find and understand distress from the very first signs of trouble, or even potential trouble, through to resolution with one of our key solutions, Mortgage Debt Intelligence (MDI).

Get the data, tools, and insights to help you locate distressed assets and find upcoming loan maturities--covering both securitized and private loans. We track distress cycles so that you can uncover opportunity, fuel action, and get ahead.

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  • Business Development

    Evaluate an Investor’s or Lender’s exposure to different property types and markets.

    • Make market to market and peer to peer comparisons.
    • Assess overall impacts to challenged sectors.
  • Monitoring Distressed Assets

    Search by Potentially Troubled, Watchlist, Troubled, Special Servicing, Lender REO, Surveillance, Stalled Construction Projects, and Terminated Transactions.

  • Upcoming Loan Maturities

    • Filter by property type, geography, and owner to see properties with near-term maturities.
    • Uncover hidden opportunities with the US Refinance widget.

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Mortgage Debt Intelligence data in action

Data as of July 18, 2023. Source: MSCI Mortgage Debt Intelligence.
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MSCI Real Capital Analytics has more than 15 years of experience tracking distress cycles using this proprietary methodology. Our global commercial real estate database spans over a million properties, $42trn transactions, 200,000 investor and lender profiles, and 1.5m deals across more than 170 countries. Our data is verified daily, and delivered how and when you want it via desktop portal, API or Snowflake.

*Source: US Capital Trends, March 2023. Contact us to learn more about the report.