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The information presented in this report represents average credit spread conclusions segregated by property type and grouped by LTV for the quarter ending June 30, 2021.
Fixed mortgage spreads were moderately flat in Q3. However, debt mark-to-market had a slightly negative impact on equity fund returns given the decrease in Treasury yield. Floating spreads were also relatively unchanged throughout the third quarter apart from a slight decline in spreads for loans collateralized by retail properties.
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