Interest Rate Volatility in 2022: Implications for Commercial Real Estate and the Cost of Debt

April 2022

On Monday, March 21st Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell stirred markets by declaring that “the labor market is very strong, and inflation is much too high” indicating a possibly steeper, 50 basis point, increase in interest rates and a more aggressive hiking schedule ahead in 2022.

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Jonathan Mazur

Executive Managing Director, National Research

Jimmy Hinton

Chief Revenue Officer, U.S. Capital Markets