Duration: 30 minutes
Presenter: Dianne Crocker, LightBox
After a strong start to 2022, growing headwinds in the 2nd quarter triggered a reset of 2022 predictions in terms of lending volumes and commercial real estate deals. Interest rates are rising for the first time in decades as the Fed responds to inflation amid rising concerns of a recession.
Yet, fundamentals in commercial real estate are still positive, and debt and equity capital are widely available. The market is responding to a growing expectation of a late-year correction in rising property prices. These market forces have implications for the types of deals that banks are willing to lend on, the importance of ensuring that the numbers check out, and pressure to complete originations sooner rather than later. LightBox metrics at mid-year show a still-strong market with a moderating pace of growth, a thinning of the bidder pool, intense pressure on efficiency, and strong interest in secondary metros particularly in the Southeast U.S.
In this session recorded from CUBG’s 2022 Portland Conference, attendees will hear the latest on the forces shaping CRE lending, the strongest metros and asset classes, and the latest near-term forecast.
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