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Many investors assume a direct correlation between cap rates and interest rates – that borrowing costs will drive investor purchase decisions, and that sellers need to lower prices and raise cap rates as a result.

But while there’s some truth to that, according to Marcus & Millichap’s John Chang, “that doesn’t completely hold true.”



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