Just as bankers are regaining the courage to lend on commercial property, some experts are predicting a significant aftershock of the realty crisis that so recently shook the industry to its foundations.

In the first years of this decade, banks restructured or sold about $400 billion of poorly conceived 1980s' property loans as they came due, absorbing huge losses in the process.

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