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DebtXDataSM 

DebtX introduces DebtXDataSM, a comprehensive, 10 year statistical review of the secondary loan sale market. Updated monthly, DebtXData is the only published source of information aggregated from actual performing and non performing loan sale transactions. Subscribers have access to data on historical prices, bidder activity, executed prices versus sellers’ reserve prices, deltas between high bidders and second place bidders, loan sales by performance status and more.

DebtX also publishes customized reports derived from the universe of loans we value for third parties. This data can be used to benchmark loan portfolios or for sector analysis. For more information, please call (617) 531-3477 or email DebtXData_Info@debtx.com.
 
From DebtXData - Friday, February 20, 2015

This graph demonstrates the number of bids per offering on both mixed quality performing and non- performing CRE loans.

 

 
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DebtX White Paper

In today’s secondary whole loan marketplace, the majority of loans are sold either via Sealed Bid or English Forward auction format. While both Sealed Bid and English Forward auctions produce superior results under specific circumstances, there is ample evidence to suggest that in the current market environment for non-performing loans, the Sealed Bid auction results in net prices 10 to 20 percent higher than can be achieved using the English Forward format.

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DebtX Market Data
DebtX offers for sale both the actual trade data inputs and the market spread information used in our proprietary pricing models.
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