National Real Estate Investor / April 13th, 2016
National Real Estate Investor reports: After a 0.3 percent decline in January, the Moody’s/RCA’s CPPI recorded a 0.2 percent decrease in February. The drop recorded in January was the first in six years.
The largest decline came from the the office CBD sector with a 1.1% percent decrease. Additionally, Moody’s/RCA’s CPPI recorded a 0.9 percent decline in prices on industrial assets.
Moody’s/RCA researchers point to the constricted obtainability of debt capital as part of the reason for the downturn.
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