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WASHINGTON, DC-Life companies are stepping up the levels of leverage they are willing to tolerate–at least for office buildings in the DC area, reports Phil Mudd of Cassidy Turley. The company is currently working on a handful of office finance transactions involving life companies that he expects to see close by the end of the year. The debt leverage ratios for these deals range from the very low end of 40% to a bordering-on-aggressive 70%.

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