by Financial Argument via Financial Argument
The commercial real estate sector is now in great danger and there is little hope in turning it around.
Billion-dollar companies are now gone. Once a bankruptcy is filed, that means it’s only a matter of time until most of them close their doors and employees become unemployed, continuing the downward spiral.
The commercial real estate market seems to be taking a turn for the worse. Is there a fatal crash on the horizon? When we study the indicators and recent events, it appears there won’t be a recovery. The situation will continue to deteriorate.
Let’s take a look at the impending commercial real estate collapse, which will accelerate this downward spiral.
The global financial system is still recovering from the last economic crash when the world couldn’t do anything but watch in horror as the economy fell apart.
Whether you are aware of it or not, this crisis, directly or indirectly, took a huge hit on people and businesses, especially for individuals who lost their jobs and went on unemployment. These people have nothing but unpaid bills staring them in the face.
This collapse will continue, and one of its major components is –without a doubt- the commercial real estate crash.
The real estate market has always been highly profitable but did not remain immune from the crisis. As we all remember, Lehman Brothers infamously went bankrupt in 2008 when mortgage-backed securities spurred the financial crisis that rippled throughout the entire world.
This time, mortgages and CDOs are not the main actors in the game, but corporate real estate plays the starring role.
As always, I try to warn you with my analysis about the economic reality we are faced with that no one speaks on. I hope those who are asleep will wake up and prepare themselves accordingly. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe!
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