Historically low interest rates have been at the heart of commercial real estate’s resurgence. With interest rates low, borrowing costs have also been low. That has meant that even in an environment with declining cap rates commercial real estate investors have made off well. Spreads between cap rates and interest rates were such that buying properties made a lot of sense, even before improvements in fundamentals began taking root.
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