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WASHINGTON, DC-Commercial real estate developers are the latest ones asking for government-bailout money, according to the Wall Street Journal. Says research firm Foresight Analytics, $530 billion of mortgages will be due for refinancing in the next three years, possibly leading to foreclosures and bankruptcies across all property types.

About $160 billion of those loans are due next year. About a dozen developers have sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson asking for assistance. The read a MarketWatch report of the Journal story, please click here.

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