In this episode, listen as Amna Nawaz, Investment Analyst in the OCIO at CrowdStreet, discusses the world of commercial real estate, uncovering mispriced opportunities, market trends, and the art of navigating a changing economic landscape.
They also discussed:
- Mispriced opportunities in the CRE market due to inefficiencies, especially in the face of historically high interest rates.
- Examples of mispriced opportunities, like discounted multifamily deals with assumable debt and attractive basis.
- The CrowdStreet commercial real estate outlook report, covering major and niche asset classes and key themes.
- Geographic considerations focus on caution, favoring primary, affordable, and coastal markets.
- Optimism for the future of CRE, highlighting viable deals and creative strategies amid market adjustments.
Resources: CrowdStreet Advisors
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Investing in commercial real estate entails substantive risk. You should not invest unless you can sustain the risk of loss of capital, including the risk of total loss of capital. All investors should consider their individual factors in consultation with a professional advisor of their choosing when deciding if an investment is appropriate. Direct and indirect purchase of real property involves significant risks, including without limitation market risks, risks related to the sale of land and risks specific to a given property, which could include the potential for property value loss, potential for foreclosure, changes in tax status and fees, and costs and expenses associated with management of such properties. All investors should consider risks specific to that given property prior to investing.
Though private real estate is, by nature, generally less volatile than the stock market. This lack of volatility does not necessarily translate to private real estate not fluctuating in or losing value. Further, the value of private real estate investments will fluctuate, and the value of real estate often lags behind general market conditions. Further, publicly traded equity REITs may offer more liquidity options than more traditional, non-traded REITs or private placement real estate investments. Non-traded REITS and private placement real estate investments typically have restrictions and limitations on overall liquidity.
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