Tagged: interest rates

The ‘Office Apocalypse’ Is Upon Us

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Before the pandemic, 95% of offices were occupied. Today that number is closer to 47%. Employees not returning to downtown offices has had a domino effect: Less foot traffic, less public-transit use, and more shuttered businesses have caused many downtowns to feel more like ghost towns. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Zoning, Infrastructure Limits Are Squeezing U.S. Land Supply

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The Sun Belt fielded the lion’s share of migration spurred by the pandemic, and it has the land costs to prove it. The region’s average price of vacant land per acre more than doubled over the past two year. This in turn is keeping a vicious cycle in motion by making it more difficult to build and exacerbating local housing shortages. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Commercial Real Estate—Buy, Sell Or Hold?

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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

Mid-Year Gut Check On Top 10 CRE Investment Categories

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At the start of 2022, the investment profile for commercial real estate was generally bright, albeit tempered with concerns about rising inflation and interest rates on the horizon. Now in the thick of these events, one silver lining is that it is easier to see the strengths and weaknesses of the various asset classes. For observations on the top ten asset classes for CRE based on a CrowdStreet analysis, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE