Sales of commercial properties in the United States ticked up by double digits year-over-year in the first quarter, according to the latest edition of Real Capital Analytics' US Capital Trends.

Deal flow across all asset classes increased overall by 56% in Q1 over the same period a year ago and pushed up 47% in March over prior year totals, the report shows. Individual asset sales increased at 58% year over year in Q1, slightly outpacing the overall market, while entity-level deals totaled $11.8 billion.

The deal flow is appearing to continue apace despite the rising inflationary pressures and mounting geopolitical tensions that have been on the lips of most industry insiders over the last few months.

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