Banks Pull Back on Commercial Real Estate Lending


The top 25 banks by assets hold 31% of all commercial real estate loans on bank balance sheets. But in 2016, the growth of commercial real estate loans at large banks began to slow. The combination of increased banking regulations in the wake of the Great Recession, the expansion of non-bank lenders, and further competition from regional banks all led to more tepid loan growth among the top players.

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