The Wall Street Journal / July 27th, 2021
The Wall Street Journal reports: U.S. commercial real-estate sales this year have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels, fueled by historically low interest rates and the belief of many investors that the worst of Covid-19 is over.
But the commercial-property sales landscape looks a lot different than it did before the health crisis hit in early 2020. Cities including New York and San Francisco have fallen in favor as have property types such as downtown office buildings and convention hotels.
View the full article on The Wall Street Journal: Commercial-Property Sales Volume Returns to Pre-Pandemic Levels