Economic sentiment may be shifting, but with market strong fundamentals, it is still the time for investors to buy.
CARLSBAD, CALIF. — As 2019 begins to take shape, commercial real estate investors are starting to hedge their position on the overall strength of the market, according to Real Capital Markets’ 3rd Annual 2019 National Investor Sentiment Report.
A new report from Real Capital Markets shows that investors believe the economy is shifting from a boom market to a plateauing market.
Commercial real estate investors still see opportunities in the sector, according to a Real Capital Markets survey.
The latest monthly jobs report shows the U.S. economy continues to purr, and even though some investors now sound notes of caution, most remain optimistic about the nation’s real estate market for 2019.
Multifamily remains the top asset choice for investors, despite rising interest rates and talk about overall investment momentum tapering, according to Real Capital Markets’ (RCM) 2019 National Investor Sentiment Report. Investors remain in a buy mode across multiple sectors, but there is talk of activity slowing at this point in the cycle.
As 2019 begins to take shape, commercial real estate investors are starting to hedge their position on the overall strength of the market, according to Real Capital Markets’ 3rd Annual 2019 National Investor Sentiment Report.
In December 2018, Real Capital Markets surveyed and conducted interviews with a wide range of industry experts, from entrepreneurial investment firms to institutions. Participants active in all property types, from office to industrial to multifamily and retail, weighed in on the commercial real estate industry as it enters a year of questioning – will the market continue to boom…or will it bust?
Crowdfunding sites, online marketplaces and auction platforms are giving multifamily investors and lenders the ability to execute a wide range of deals quickly and efficiently. Which innovations are taking center stage?
Investors haven’t lost their love for industrial properties, including those in the Midwest, according to the latest Real Capital Markets-SIOR Industrial Investor Sentiment Report.
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