Mark Fawer

NEW YORK CITY—Mark Fawer, an attorney with Greenspoon Marder’s Real Estate practice group, sees one major indicator that should mean good things for the commercial real estate sector in 2020.

“Generally speaking, we do well in a lower interest rate environment and you don’t anticipate the Fed raising rates before a presidential election,” he says. Despite low interest rates and unemployment numbers, Fawer doesn’t think all markets will benefit equally in 2020. “As I look at the underlying fundamentals, I think it will be a tale of two markets,” he says. “Some markets within the country will do much better than others and certain asset types will do much better than others.”

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