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Sam Chandan

Real estate assets in the highest demand and narrow spreads will likely not see much of an impact from the rising interest rates. Industrial assets, which have become the darling of commercial real estate, in particular will absorb rate increases into the spread. On the other hand, assets with wider spreads and less demand, specifically the retail class, will have more difficultly absorbing the interest rate increase and rising costs of capital into the spread.

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