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The decline of commercial real estate fundamentals-evident in rising vacancy, falling rental rates and growing operating expenses-has led to a decrease in property cash flows and asset value. As active managers of their loan portfolios, lenders are evaluating declining property performance metrics and assessing their options and remedies to minimize loan defaults and associated principal and interest losses. As such, mortgage servicers are receiving an increasing number of requests from lenders to implement cash management accounts.


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