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The commercial lending landscape was predicted to be next the real estate bubble to burst this year. That forecast certainly came to fruition as financial institutions continue to grapple with losses with just two months left in 2010.

Next year could be a better picture, according to some credit unions and banks, which expect to make significantly more commercial loans in 2011, according to a new survey from Sageworks, a financial research company. Of the 159 respondents, 57.3% said they plan to make more or significantly more commercial loans in 2011 as compared to 2010.

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