While most real estate sectors are rebounding as expected, experts are trying to make sense of the inexplicable surge in residential activity.
The single family residential sector is seeing a surge in activity—and prices—as pent-up demand and low interest rates meet delays in new construction and tighter supply.
The pandemic didn’t wreak the predicted havoc on multifamily, but apartment inventory far outstrips demand and there aren’t nearly enough new jobs on the horizon to absorb it.
Pandemic restrictions are ending but will enough workers return to stabilize what was already a soft office market?
The pandemic didn’t crush the retail market, but it did accelerate worrisome trends that were already underway—especially on the e-commerce front.
There were challenges but the strength of the industrial real estate sector withstood them all and now faces a promising future.