The Property Line Podcast: Annual Property Market Sentiment Survey Indicates Optimism for 2022 Despite Economic Challenges (Podcast) – Real Estate & Construction

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Commercial real estate executives (CRE) who responded to Seyfarth’s recently released 7th Annual Real Estate Market Sentiment Survey are optimistic about investment opportunities in 2022 despite inflation and rising costs.

In this episode, real estate partners James O’Brien, Christa Dommers and Ron Gart discuss key sentiments from this year’s survey, including:

  • a generally optimistic outlook for the CRE industry in 2022, despite unease about deteriorating fundamentals;

  • concern over the impact of the work-from-home trend on corporate culture; and

  • skepticism about investment in the suburbs despite predictions of a tough time for the downtown office market.

The Property Line is a short, lively discussion of the biggest issues facing the commercial real estate industry. The podcast will provide insights from Seyfarth real estate attorneys and other industry leaders on current market trends and their impact on all facets of commercial real estate.

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