Post-correction real estate opportunities on the horizon?

Solid US GDP growth and lower inflation in 2024 will lead the Fed to begin cutting rates mid-year. Rate cuts should stabilize investor confidence and bring the commercial real estate (CRE) pricing correction to an end this year. Once a recovery is underway in 2025, opportunities will start to emerge. In this real estate webinar, using our Relative Return Index (RRI), we highlight risk-adjusted investment opportunities for Global CRE in 2024 and beyond.

Abigail Rosenbaum

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

+1 (978) 771-3860

Abigail Rosenbaum

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

Boston, United States

As a member of the REES team at Oxford Economics, Abby brings 20 years’ worth of experience to the study of the real estate industry. At Oxford Economics, she focuses on real estate trends for the five major property types in the US and Canada. The crux of her forecasting and analytic real estate background comes from her decade long career at CBRE Econometric Advisors where she was in charge of metro-level forecasts and analysis for the retail and hotel sectors in the US. She has also worked at Barings and UBS where she was an integral member of their research teams.

Abby holds a bachelor’s in mathematics from Union College and a master’s in economics from the University of Connecticut.

Riccardo Pizzuti

Lead Real Estate Economist

+44 (0) 203 910 8113

Private: Riccardo Pizzuti

Lead Real Estate Economist

London, United Kingdom

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