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Commercial real estate is one of the best inflation-hedge investments with interest rates expected to rise in the next six months in part from the Federal Reserve tapering of Treasury and mortgage-backed securities purchases, according to John Chang, Senior Vice President and National Director Research Services at Marcus & Millichap.

Chang noted in the third quarter commercial real estate volume is up 19% compared to the third quarter in 2019, adding that the rise in rates isn’t expected to lower CRE volume because there is too much capital looking for yield.

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