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WASHINGTON, DC—It should business as usual for the commercial real estate capital markets in 2016, according to the CRE Finance Council’s annual survey of its members. They are sanguine about the Federal Reserve Bank’s decision to raise interest rates. They see underwriting standards as largely remaining unchanged, with lenders focusing on existing rent rolls, then rolling into higher market rents. Only 2% of the respondents cited pro forma underwriting, CREFC CEO Steve Renna tells GlobeSt.com. CMBS originations are expected to be in the range of $100 billion to $125 billion.

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