The second quarter of 2022 displayed increasing uncertainty and volatility across political and economic spectrums, with a historic Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade punctuating a quarter that saw major equity market downturns, continued and worsening inflation and the continuation of Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Commercial real estate activity began to show some signs of slowing in the quarter. The combination of economic pressures and rapidly increasing interest rates prompted a more cautionary approach to deals from buyers, who showed signs of being less willing to pay premiums for assets with more doubt around sustained rent growth and major concerns around operating expense inflation and financing costs.
Continue reading the Q2 2022 report for further analysis, insight and outlook into the multifamily housing, office, retail, industrial and capital market sectors.
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