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SAN FRANCISCO-While there are many encouraging signs of recovery in the commercial real estate market ranging from rising property values to increasing mortgage originations, investors should be aware that there is also a great deal of CRE debt set to reach maturity in the next several years.

At the end of 2012, outstanding CRE debt was estimated to total $3.6 trillion, a great deal of which represents borrowing that took place at the height of the market before the financial crisis when CRE values were rising and vacancy rates were falling. Now, about 10% of that total—approximately $350-billion—is set to come due each year between 2012 and 2017.

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