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NEW YORK CITY- Investment management firms are taking stock of their operations as many expect, and see signs, of an economic slowdown. Not only are these real estate decision-makers trying to decode messages from the market, but also from the movements of larger institutional investors, according to Tim Lee, principal at Olive Hill Group in Los Angeles, a real estate asset management firm.

“We’re trying to decode messages coming from the market both negative and positive and trying to finesse if, and when there is a slowdown,” Lee tells GlobeSt. “We will expect it to be much more muted than in 2008.”

Mariah Brown

Mariah Brown is a reporter for GlobeSt.com, covering the New York Metro area, Northeast region and national real estate trends. She is responsible for producing multi-media content, including articles, podcasts and video. Before joining the GlobeSt team, she served as a New York Times fellow, reported for the Associated Press in New York and Philadelphia and several other New York City-based outlets.

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