Following several difficult years caused by pandemic-driven uncertainty, commercial real estate owners are facing new challenges. While more employees have returned to the office, the increasingly popular hybrid work model continues to shape the future of the office property sector as some office tenants have chosen to reduce or sublease their space to accommodate new work concepts.
The InterFace Conference Group, Southeast Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business and Southeast Real Estate Business are pleased to host the 13th annual InterFace Multifamily Southeast informational and networking conference on December 1st at the Westin Buckhead in Atlanta.
The event will focus on who is buying, building, operating and financing apartment properties in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee and the Carolinas and traditionally attracts leading apartment professionals from across the Southeast, as well as national players active in Southeast markets.
In its ongoing effort to combat continuing inflation, the Federal Reserve boosted its effective federal funds rate (EFFR) for a fifth time in September 2022. The inflation/rate hike combination has led to ongoing questions and concerns about the impact on commercial real estate, sales volumes and cap rates.