If everything beyond the value of the property is on the line, to what degree will the asset class be considered more trouble than it’s worth? Lenders are finding that trusting markets and their ability to take back property may no longer be wise.
Left for dead by Covid-19 in 2020, the CRE market roared back to life in 2021 with record-breaking sales of $809 billion. But the arrival of unrestrained inflation and soaring interest rates may signal the party’s over. Being sensitive to economic cycles when buying, selling or hanging on is essential for success in commercial real estate. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
There are many unknowns around the CRE capital markets, with inflation running high and interest rates ready to reset. To see,what capital market providers are doing to get ready for this change, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE