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Are Commercial Real Estate Problems Poised to Spread?

  • ,  Senior Investment Writer |
  • 16 Feb 2024

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A bubble is about to burst—or so it seems

Commercial real estate is under pressure. The main culprit: tight monetary policy. In particular, the U.S. real estate market—and by implication the real estate debt sector—has come under intense scrutiny. This week, an article by Bloomberg stressed: "Across the country, deals are starting to pick up, revealing just how far real estate prices have fallen. That’s spurring widespread concern about losses that can ripple across the global financial system." Explore the latest insights into the real estate and real estate debt sectors to successfully navigate these troubling developments.

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