SURVIVING THE MARKET BREAKDOWN – 4 YEARS LATER

SURVIVING THE MARKET BREAKDOWN – 4 YEARS LATER

The first signs of a market collapse in commercial real estate began in August of 2007. Home builders started to forfeit large deposits on land deals.  The rest of that year, other developers pulled out of deals until it was impossible to sell land to private developers.  Many people missed that signal because User building sales were still climbing and continued until the Lehman collapse one year later.
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