Commercial real estate properties in city

Commercial real estate experienced another booming quarter, driven by a large volume of property-level transactions coupled with major entity-level merger-and-acquisition activity increasing broadly across all sectors. Vaccination mandates and increased restrictions such as requirements to provide proof of vaccination at restaurants and public events are a cause for uncertainty, but investors have proven to be willing to absorb risks related to COVID-19-driven uncertainties. While unexpected events like a global pandemic may change the course and face of progress, it continues apace, and those that remain flexible and open-minded will be in the best position to succeed. This holds especially true for commercial real estate markets, where investors have shown an ability to pivot on their investment strategies and get creative in how they generate returns for themselves and their partners.

Continue reading the Q4 2021 report for further analysis, insight and outlook into the multifamily housing, office, retail, industrial and capital market industries.

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Brent W. Maier
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