Monitoring for a ‘Rapid Repricing’
Adam Johnson, executive vice president of office services, indicated in this Bisnow article by Dees Stribling that aggressive rate adjustments by the Federal Reserve won’t be enough of a headwind to deter many commercial real estate investors.
Roth explained any deals squeezed by ‘Rapid Repricing’ “will involve those assets that traditionally trend towards a lower cap rate, as the spread between interest rates and the cap rates narrow.”
For now, he said, volume should remain relatively high through the summer and fall as investors race the rate increases. While that dynamic will provide an advantage to larger funds that have cheaper access to capital and cash, which will keep the market going, he also anticipates a slowdown toward the end of the year and into 2023 as interest rates increase and flatten out.
Read the full article at Bisnow.