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The US CRE markets may be turning the corner on distress, though the specter of many potentially distressed loans looms large. 

A recent analysis of the pace of CRE workouts by Real Capital Analytics showed that more US commercial real estate distress was worked out than arose in Q1typically a good sign of impending transition in the market. But the firm cautions that the pace of workouts will be crucial in the coming months, especially since deal volume has contracted since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and potential buyers have shown disagreement over asset pricing.

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