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Most Read CRE News In April

Capital Markets

While it was initially predicted that interest rates would start to fall soon, a consumer price index report found that in March, inflation was up 3.5% from the previous year. Economists forecast that interest rate drops will be later than expected.


While $162B loans were set to be paid in 2023, some borrowers have been turning to loan modifications, with $20B loans receiving these modifications.


Office

Yardi Systems is set to become a 60% owner in WeWork to help it get out of bankruptcy.


With 217M SF office leases ending this year or next, and an additional 202M SF set to end within two to three years, some tenants can arrange lease terms that work in their favor.


Self Storage

Yardi Matrix found that self-storage experienced a 4.5% yearly rent decrease, with supply outweighing demand for spaces. 


Multifamily

Because rent growth hasn’t seen a substantial enough decline from the highs of the demand for apartments during the pandemic, the Federal Reserve may not be reducing interest rates for the time-being.

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