A soft landing is the favored outlook, but could the Fed still cause a recession? The key indicators investors should be monitoring How investors can position for what’s ahead
The federal reserve held rates flat for September – What comes next? Why the Federal Reserve’s decision could be a watershed moment for CRE How flat rates could influence the CRE lending climate
Do election years have an impact on interest rates? Which key variables will play a crucial role in determining the future stability of cap rates? What steps should investors take to adapt to the potential “new normal” in interest rates?
Why the Fed’s dual mandate is the most important force driving CRE today Why slowing job creation is good for CRE Will the Fed raise rates again this year?
Bloomberg Features Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji The Challenged Office Sector – What’s Needed For Recovery • Why commercial real estate distress on banks may be overstated • Which office properties are performing best and worst • Which property types face the lowest distress risk and why • The valuation disconnect – how prices are adjusting
How investors are adapting to the market How recent headlines are hiding market perspective The window of opportunity that may soon close
What’s driving the surge in confidence levels? Why Wall Street thinks the Fed will keep rates flat Are forces beginning to align to bolster CRE activity?
How does sales activity compare to the long-term norm? Which buyers are most active? What unique opportunities are being created?
What investment opportunities are created by the realignment of savings with the pre-pandemic trend? Will reduced savings influence Federal Reserve rate policies? How will a burn-off of household savings affect different types of CRE?
Will the U.S. face a recession or can the Fed achieve a soft landing? The risks posed by the resumption of student loan payments Why economic growth is tapering and the prospects of an extended slow-growth cycle