Members of the commercial real estate industry have been concerned of late about how upcoming changes in the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing policy might affect real estate investment sales. It turns out they needn’t worry. For investors who buy retail properties and the brokers who represent them, at least, rising interest rates are not likely to spoil the party.
Because the retail sector took longer to recover than multifamily or office prope
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