Costly Capital podcast series: How high interest rates are changing real estate

This CohnReznick-Propmodo miniseries dives deep into today’s high interest rates and how to survive the lending environment.

    No sector has been more affected by the historically quick interest rate increase than commercial real estate. The cost of capital is top of mind for this heavily debt-reliant industry; rising rates have put a strain on almost every property and project, from leasing to acquisitions to development. 

    In this podcast series co-produced with Propmodo, leaders from across CohnReznick’s Real Estate group dive deep into the effects of these high interest rates, and what industry participants can do to survive the current lending environment.


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