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 “Low interest rates, a volatile stock market, expectations of an improving economy and a cyclical bottoming for commercial real estate fundamentals should drive investment activity and values higher.” This statement, not too far off from the current mood of the market, was the industry sentiment in 2002 as the United States began to recover from recession, the 9/11 tragedies and corporate scandals. Five years later, the composite index of commercial property values had soared 53%, an unprecedented and unsustainable trend driven by unusual – and eventually – damaging factors.

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