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Why this will be the slowest global recovery on record

Relatively high interest rates and structural problems within offices will weigh on the commercial real estate recovery over the next three years. Indeed, we forecast the upturn will be weaker than in any previous cycle across global markets. And with retail and office in relative decline, any improvement will rely on a strong rental contribution from industrial and alternative assets, including residential.

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