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NEW YORK CITY-While the long-hoped tidal wave of opportunities in distress has so far been a trickle, “there’s some evidence that next year will be a different story,” said Michael Buckley, director of the asset repositioning and turnaround strategies certificate program at the University of Texas at Arlington. Buckley and other experts convened for a GlobeSt.com webinar Thursday made the point that we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

“The real downturn hasn’t yet occurred,” observed John D’Amico, president-elect of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council.  Approximately $1.2 trillion in commercial real estate loans will come due in the next few years amid a still-shaky recovery in fundamentals. “That tells me that we still have a huge hump to get over” and assets will become available, he added.

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