Just when you think prices can’t go any higher for properties in core markets, some experts say they haven’t yet reached their peak in cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
“The opportunity over the next 12 years is even stronger,” says John Sikaitis, managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle. “I think core real estate is better positioned today than it has ever been positioned.”
The population in urban areas is gro
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