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NEW YORK CITY—With the so-called “wall of maturities” for legacy CMBS gradually crumbling, the year-to-date payoff rate for 2017 has stabilized at around 70.5%, S&P Global Ratings said Wednesday. Shorter loan terms in recent vintages indicate a steady volume of maturities over the next several years, averaging about $40 billion annually, according to S&P.