Economic turbulence, rising interest rates, negative leverage, and deal-making. Find out how commercial real estate is changing due to these disruptors and how key industries including life sciences, office, and multifamily are looking to seize opportunities and cut losses.
Life Sciences CRE News November 2022
Commercial buildings in particular markets have been targeted for adaptive reuse to create more opportunities for the life sciences sector, which would help create more jobs and increase scientific innovation.
Office CRE News November 2022
November 8, 2022 Office Leases Are Shrinking In Size And Length
With economic turbulence comes a dip in the CRE office market, with a declining number of leases and fewer SF being allocated to offices.
Multifamily CRE News November 2022
October 30, 2022 Cap Rate Anxiety Dragging Down Multifamily Market
Despite having higher sales in 2022, as compared to the previous year, the multifamily sector is still experiencing challenges, with CRE professionals assessing the rising interest rates to determine the best time for deal-making.
The multifamily sector experienced continued vacancy increases and steady rent growth in Q3 2022. Despite still having a strong performance as compared to the previous year, sales have been plummeting.
November 4, 2022 Investors That Bought Up Sun Belt Housing See Spikes In Tax Bills
Individuals who invested in Sun Belt rentals have experienced a rise in their property taxes.
Capital Markets CRE News November 2022
The CRE industry has been experiencing increases in negative leverage, which has the potential to bring down the price of an asset.
Despite rising interest rates impacting CRE sales, all-cash buyers have been taking the opportunity to buy properties. This may be enticing for many sellers, as the transaction will not require the participation of a bank or other third-party lenders.
Barry Sternlicht, chairman and CEO of Starwood Property Trust, said that with regard to the economic changes, the company is taking a careful approach while keeping opportunities on its radar.