Webinars & Audio Insights | August 7, 2023

The House Always Wins: An Update on the Real Estate Market

The real estate market faces challenges, particularly as the U.S. and the world emerge from the COVID pandemic. The office sector in the U.S. is still languishing as companies continue to implement hybrid working arrangements. And with interest rates on the rise and supply limited, single-family homes have become more expensive.

The House Always Wins: An Update on the Real Estate Market

Nevertheless, real estate investors can take heart — real estate fundamentals are healthy overall, and many pockets of opportunity remain. Listen to Linda McDonald, senior vice president in Segal Marco’s research department, discuss the state of the market and the places where investors may find value now.

This presentation was originally delivered at Segal Marco’s client conference.


You’ll learn:

  • How the U.S. real estate market has performed recently and why real estate fundamentals remain relatively healthy
  • Why multifamily housing has performed well as the market emerges from the pandemic
  • What’s driving momentum in the retail sector — and the headwinds that sector faces
  • Why investors have turned to niche property sectors such as self-storage and single-family rental as distress for office continues post-pandemic
  • Why the rising rate environment and a more conservative lending environment is creating a real estate financing gap


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