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NEW YORK CITY-One-hundred and twenty-six CMBS loans with a balance of $962 million will come due next month, and 43% of those are already in special servicing, says Fitch Ratings. The ratings agency says special servicers oversee about 25% of the $6.1 billion of Fitch-rated loans that are due to mature by the end of this year. Most of these loans are classified as delinquent or in foreclosure.

While these statistics suggest still more trouble on the way for legacy CMBS, Moody’s Investors Service said earlier this month that its Delinquency Tracker Index saw its smallest monthly rise since February 2009. The DQT increased 18 basis points in July to 7.89%.

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