Although we expect a comparable rise in interest rates to that which preceded the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), we think the risk of a credit-driven bust in the commercial real estate market is low. That reflects the much more conservative lending practices adopted in this cycle, which have prevented an unsustainable run-up in debt levels.
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