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A leading real estate consultant who tracks appraisal trends doesn’t see net operating incomes increasing enough to support existing values. This company expects cap rates to move up and values to head down give or take 15% before bottoming. That’s not terrible given the significant increase in prices over the past decade. But again, for the late buyers and their lenders, it’s not what they were betting on.

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