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Investor Demand for Real Estate Grows to New Heights as U.S. Heals From Pandemic

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“The multifamily sector also saw notable cap rate compression, particularly in the suburban segments. While this was likely attributable to more people migrating to the suburbs during 2020, many renters have now returned to urban neighborhoods, and occupancies there have largely returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Investors are expected to continue targeting real estate for attractive returns relative to other asset classes, and increasingly, as an inflation hedge. CBRE is forecasting investment volumes to increase over 2021 by 10% in 2022…..

2022 Outlook:

Multifamily: A clear geographic pattern has emerged in multifamily cap rate compression. High-growth Sunbelt markets saw the greatest declines relative to historic levels and are poised for stronger rent growth. More than 80% of respondents from high-growth secondary cities believe pricing in these markets is converging with ‘Gateway’ cities. While urban markets like New York, Boston and other prime markets are recovering, cap rate compression is still possible in 2022.”

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