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January 31, 2024

What does 2024 hold for the CRE market?

What does 2024 hold for the CRE market?

Webinar quick takes

CRE investing now is all about survival

Rising interest and cap rates, lower transaction volumes, declining new construction starts, and new reluctance from banks for commercial real estate lending are all factors that are making CRE investment challenging right now.

Fundamentals are strong

Despite rising interest rates, the demand/supply and operating fundamentals for multifamily and industrial are strong. The dramatic slowdown in new construction starts will create advantageous fundamentals as demand continues to grow.

Identifying the best investment opportunities

Industrial properties remain attractive due to increased demand from e-commerce growth, onshoring, multi-channel distribution, and domestic manufacturing investments. Multifamily investment requires less capital-intensive efforts compared to other commercial real estate types, providing stable cash flow and appreciation opportunities.

Access our in-depth discussion of these takeaways by watching our webinar below, and then get in touch to learn how we can help you navigate the current CRE investing climate.

To prepare for 2024, CRE investors must understand the current state of the CRE market. The experts at Walker & Dunlop Investment Partners (WDIP) shared the trends they see developing in a recent webinar.

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