According to IBTimes.com, sales and leasing volume has increased in the commercial real estate sector. It will be interesting to see how this number changes after June when the Federal Reserve ends its QE2 buying program.
Commercial real estate has seen major declines in the last few years, so it is good to hear some good news. But again, the major flaw in the commercial sector (as well as the residential sector) is financing. Investors as well as primary home owners are feeling the pain of stiffer lending requirements and higher down payments, just to name a few pains.
What will that mean for the future? I don’t know, but you can read the full story at (Story was originally published by IBTimes.com, but has since been taken down).