The complexity of the real estate world is growing steadily. In an opaque mixture of geopolitical challenges, progressive digitization and the influence of monetary policy, it becomes increasingly difficult to align the compass for one's own business model and to aptly analyse or anticipate possible risk potentials or even disruptive changes.
The weakening of multilateral organizations and the imposition of global trade agreements and partnerships are further revolutionary changes that the market needs to assess. As a result, the volatility of the (real estate) markets is steadily increasing. Investors perceive this increasing negative probability of change in the market and see a rise in interest rates as the biggest source of risk. At present, the good economic conditions still (still) defy the various macroprudential and other uncertainties.
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