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From a commercial real estate perspective, the last 10 years have been among the most dynamic and volatile in the post-war era. The industry went from the dot.com boom of the early 2000s to the post 9/11 slump; back up again in the mid 2000s before declining in the Great Recession. On the investment side of the industry, we went from flying high in the 2000 to 2007 period to experiencing a cataclysmic financial earthquake beginning in the summer of 2007 leading to the worst economic downturn in most of our business lives.

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