- Big banks are trying to dump commercial real estate loans as pressures mount in the sector.
- JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Capital One are among those trying to shed debt exposure, sources told Bloomberg.
- Some banks are having trouble securing buyers, and have been holding onto loans as they search for a deal.
Big banks want to some of their commercial real estate loans, but buyers are proving scarce as troubles pile up in the sector, according to report out from Bloomberg this week.
JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Capital One, and M&T Bank are among firms trying to whittle down their commercial real debt holdings, sources familiar told Bloomberg this week, but have been struggling to find many interested buyers.
Banks could be willing to sell property loans