U.S. Capital Markets Report | Rising Federal Funds Rate: Implications on Real Estate

by | 08 April 2022

With widespread inflation persisting in many western economies, the United States Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate 0.25% on March 16, 2022, and expectations are for six additional increases over the course of the year. Despite these increases, rates are still attractive compared to other historical times.

In this Q&A, Executive Vice President and Debt & Equity Lead on the Colliers Capital Markets Board of Advisors, Jeff Black, sits down with Josh Scoville, Senior Managing Director of Research at Hines, to discuss the implications of rising interest rates on commercial real estate.

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