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WASHINGTON, DC-Distressed commercial real estate bumped up in the last few months by $5 billion, according to newly-released figures from Delta Associates and Real Capital Analytics. The national level of distress now stands at $180.6 billion. Delta Associates’ CEO Greg Leisch, though, is not worried about the increase. “Ever since distress started to plateau in October 2010 when it peaked at $191.5 billion, it has been bumping around a range of $175 billion to $190 billion,” he tells GlobeSt.com. If there is a $10-billion to $15-billion increase in the next quarterly report, then he’ll start to worry, he says.

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