The economic recovery has lost some momentum over the summer, but we expect that this will be a temporary setback and the backdrop will be strong into the medium term. There is growing evidence of a sustained commercial property upturn, albeit a weak and unbalanced one that is heavily reliant on the industrial sector. With the rental outlook still fragile elsewhere, we expect limited downward pressure on yields and only modest growth in capital values near term. Further out, office and retail face persistent structural challenges, which leaves industrial as the top performer, though even here capital value growth is not likely to sustain its current pace.
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