Report Your Deals

It's important that you routinely let us know whenever your firm completes a CMBS issue -- as an underwriter, issuer, servicer, trustee or law firm.

We use this information to build our CMBS Database, which market players rely on as the comprehensive listing of public and private CMBS issues -- and as a definitive roster of the firms that participate in those transactions. The database is compiled by the editors of Commercial Mortgage Alert, who, throughout the year, use the information to publish various rankings of market participants.

So it's essential that you notify us whenever your firm has participated in a CMBS transaction -- anywhere in the world.

It's easy to report your deals: Just click here to open the CMBS Survey Sheet PDF. Fill out the form and click the "Submit" button. Or print the completed form and fax it back to us.

By doing so, you'll assure that we always give your firm proper credit for its role in CMBS deals -- and that we always present the information accurately. Thanks for your help.

About The CMBS Database

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Moody's
S&P
Fitch
DBRS
Other
Public (SEC-regis.)
Private
144A
Non-U.S.
Fannie/Freddie
TALF-eligible
Performing
Nonperforming
Mixed
Mixed
Cooperative
Office
Hotel/motel
Multi-family
Medical/retirement
Mobile-home park
Retail
Warehouse/indust.
Other:

Bank/thrift
Conduit
Developer
Insurance co.
Investment bank
Investment group
Pension fund
REIT
Mixed
Other:

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About the CMBS Database

The CMBS Database captures the initial terms of all rated securities collateralized by commercial and multi-family properties. It covers issues from the inception of the CMBS market in the mid-1980s through the end of the last week.

Click here to read more.