SAN DIEGO—Economic growth ramped up following the lockdown, but with it came inflation and risk. So said panelists at the recent MBA CREF Finance Conference and Expo here in San Diego. 

“Uncertainties around the post pandemic commercial real estate sector remain front and center,” they said during a morning breakout session titled: What Comes Next? Industry Future Perspective. Moderator Victor Calanog, head of commercial real estate economics at Moody’s Analytics, said that 2019 figures “have been broken” and we have had a busy year, but asked panelists if it will continue.

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