The total amount of distressed CRE reached more than $88.6 billion by the end of 2024's first quarter through the addition of net $2.7 billion, according to a new MSCI capital trends report.

The net addition was the result of $9.9 billion new property distress offset by $7.2 billion worked out during the quarter.

For current distress, office is far and away the largest property type example, with almost $38.2 billion. That's followed by retail's nearly $21.9 billion, roughly $14.2 billion in hotels, about $10 billion in multifamily, $1.6 billion in retail, and $2.8 billion in other types.

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