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Written by: Aaron Jodka

As Research Director | U.S. Capital Markets, Aaron is responsible for all aspects of research within the Capital Markets platform. He synthesizes and interprets a variety of data and information to stay ahead of trends that put our clients in an optimal position to make informed decisions. With a deep understanding of markets throughout the country, he provides a unique perspective on market dynamics across asset types and investment strategies, providing clients with tailored data and analytics to ultimately guide decision-making solutions. Check out his post on Colliers Knowledge Leader here.

The commercial real estate market is amid a massive slowdown, and what market participants have been feeling for months is now reflected in transactional data. Sales are down compared to last year and Q2 of this year, and there is little to suggest rapid market liquidity is coming. In addition, interest rates rose rapidly in Q3, as the Federal Reserve is in a hawkish state to tame entrenched inflation. However, with October’s core CPI reading coming in below consensus, expectations for continued Fed action on the overnight borrowing rate are shifting. In turn, this may loosen liquidity in the quarters ahead.

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