Debt Valuation Market Update Q2 2021
- June 17, 2021 at 2 p.m. EDT
- 45 minutes
- On Demand
In this webinar John and Jaran will highlight the key drivers of debt valuation for second quarter 2021. They will also cover lending markets and the mark-to-market impact.
- Identify lending rates and spreads
- Understand impact on performance returns and comparisons to industry benchmarks
About the speakers
Real Estate | Kennett Square, PAJohn Kjelstrom leads Chatham’s Valuation practice, including debt valuation products and solutions.
Real Estate | Kennett Square, PAJaran Burt is part of Chatham’s Valuation team focusing on commercial real estate debt.
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