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Commercial Real Estate Market Trends

eXp Commercial Partner O’Connor Focuses on Property Tax Reduction

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Record-low vacancy rates mean a good second half of 2022 for multifamily

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HUD Announces Increased Payment Standards, More Vouchers | National Apartment Association

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Higher-Income Renters Pay the Biggest Rent Hikes and are Least Likely to Miss a Rent Payment

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5 Incentives to Increase Multifamily Lease Renewals

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Why One Industry Vet Says Now Is The Golden Age Of Multifamily Investment

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How To Lower Your Taxes As a Real Estate Investor

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No huge drop-off coming: Multifamily market expected to remain hot into 2023

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Tax Efficient Growth with 1031 Exchanges

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Why These CRE Sectors Provide Safer Harbors

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Confused about the housing market? Here’s what’s happening

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Fed’s Beige Book Is a Mix of News for CRE

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Sunny with a chance of headwinds: CRE forecast, according to its leaders

Another thing that is seeing a fair amount of change is the overall sentiment for CRE in Chicago. Last year’s DePaul Real Estate Center Mid-Year Report found that 60% of industry participants were generally optimistic about the industry as they looked ahead. But in 2022? The DePaul-ULI Chicago Report found that 65% are trending toward concern when looking at 2H2022.

Housing Market Outlook: Builders Could Stop Construction Due to Expense Falling Demand

Americans have a volatile economy to blame for surging housing prices. Inflation and interest rate hikes have increased the costs of everything from construction to mortgage lending. It has made it harder for builders to construct more low-cost homes and as a result, buyers’ ability to afford home purchases. This has led to increased rental demand and ultimately higher rents across the nation