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Commercial real estate has always had its fair share of capital market providers, especially in recent years. That said, some things are changing, according to Ryan M. Haase, director of capital markets for Franklin Street.

“Lately, we have seen that trend falling off, but we have seen many current providers expanding into alternative products to find yield or increase production,” Haase says. “This is a trend that occurred in the last expansion as well, with many of those non-core product lines terminating in a contraction. For example, several permanent lenders have ventured into bridge or construction lending for a second time in this expansion.”

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