Real estate developers and investors are embracing a very different reality in a Post-Recession economy. Trends in tiny homes and virtual offices point to an assumption that bigger and grander is no longer better. The same goes for financing. In the new deal of real estate, we anticipate a continued conservative approach to financing of real estate from both lending and private equity. We also project continued influence by end users on the size, type and location of future real estate development. Or should we say, redevelopment? All of this change bodes well for reducing volatility and extending positive cycles of growth, and with it a longer view on profits.

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