The $29.0bn monthly rise in real estate debt held by US banks in August, now at $5.48trn outstanding, was the largest m/m increase in six months. However, we expect this spike to be short-lived, as waning lender confidence and muted investment volumes point to weak lending activity over the coming months.
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