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As of March 31, there was just over $10 billion in non-residential commercial real estate† in bank real estate owned (REO) in the United States. For investors who have raised capital targeting distress, that pool of assets represents a potential treasure trove, particularly as banks and the FDIC accelerate disposition activity. Needless to say, not all of the assets warrant investors’ consideration; some sifting will be required to identify properties that meet investment criteria for cash flow and value accretion.

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