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Why we see more distress coming in 2024

We expect evidence of distress to ramp up this year as loan extensions end. Many borrowers will be forced to either inject new capital, return assets to lenders or sell into a soft market. Those assets returned to lenders will also ultimately end up on the market, helping bring greater pricing clarity and more substantial valuation markdowns.

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