Global economic stress to drive increased sale-leaseback activity
Despite a slowdown in commercial real estate markets, a tough macroeconomic backdrop and tighter lending conditions are set to make property an increasingly attractive means to raise capital, leading to opportunities for corporates and investors alike, according to a new report, Leveraging corporate finance to unlock real estate capital, by Colliers.
According to the report, with continued roil in global markets and interest rates likely to stay elevated, price corrections in real estate are expected to persist well into second half of 2023. Nonetheless, investor appetite for real assets remains strong, leading to real estate offering clear potential for companies to raise capital on favorable terms.
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