How robust competition, regulatory pressure and economic fundamentals are shaping the CRE market in 2016.
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From challenges to rural banks to the rise of millennials to regulatory pressure on growth areas—community bankers discuss the outlook for the industry.
The federal banking agencies today issued a statement warning about eased commercial real estate loan underwriting and CRE risk management practices that cause “concern.”
Credit risk for both retail and commercial loan products has increased over the past three years as and is expected to continue rising in 2016, according to the OCC’s annual Survey of Credit Underwriting Practices.
What will be top of mind for CRE lenders next year?
Citing the economic outlook, bankers are showing signs of tightening credit for business loans while they continued to ease credit standards slightly in their home mortgage and consumer loan portfolios, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest senior loan officer survey released today.
Community bankers are being urged to stress test their portfolios. Here’s how they’re making the most of it.
According to a recent article published in the September issue of the Scotsman Guide, nonbank lenders are growing in popularity, making them more competitive against traditional bank lenders.
ABA has made available a new resource page on high-volatility commercial real estate, which carries a higher risk weight under the Basel III capital requirements.
To help address the pending shortage of rural property appraisers — and the implications for agricultural and commercial credit in rural communities — ABA’s Center for Agricultural and Rural Banking and ABA’s Commercial Real Estate Committee convened a meeting yesterday of key stakeholders from the banking industry, federal government, appraisal industry and others.