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Within the Inland Empire’s commercial real estate market, retail accounts for the most significant amount of distress, as many developers built ahead of rooftops that now sit largely vacant or failed to materialize altogether. Furthermore, investment activity intensified dramatically from 2005 to 2007, a period when prices were at or near peak levels, high leverage loans were commonplace and underwriting criteria was most lax.

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