BOSTON-According to the Boston Business Journal, Boston’s real estate market is looking rather solid compared to the rest of the country. Only 2.7% of the property loans in the city are part of delinquent or foreclosing CMBS packages, says Bloomberg data.

The Greater Boston area also only showed 14.6% of their loans on special servicers watchlist, compared to Dallas-Fort Worth, which tops the list at 29.7%.

Boston has found itself doing better than many regions over the downturn, boasting a small and dwindling pipeline of new product over the recession, helping keep vacancy lower than most of the nation.

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