Three years after a slump in the market for securities backed by commercial mortgages, advocates argue that stricter underwriting and prepayment protection have removed much of the risk.

Since 1998, when a worldwide credit crisis shook many investments, the market for these securities has gone through a consolidation period, according to Jonathan L. McKetney, director of the capital markets division at the Mortgage Bankers Association.

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