Analysis

3 Issues That Defined 2016's Real Estate Market

Law360, Minneapolis (December 15, 2016, 11:45 AM EST) -- Commercial real estate continued its yearslong recovery from 2010 lows in many U.S. markets this year, although it faced its share of challenges in an election year filled with uncertainty.

In 2016, commercial real estate firms had difficulty getting financing from traditional lenders with qualms about the market and new regulatory speed bumps to contend with. But private equity at least partially bridged that lending gap as the industry looked to place loads of available cash in real property.

Those were some of the defining issues in the commercial real estate market this year. Here, Law360 takes a look.

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