Chad Sutton talks about how cap rates and multifamily will go under 4% across the board and stay there because of the effects of inflation, tokenization of real estate, and quantitative easing. He also believes that the assumption loan market will rise in cost due to demand for real estate assets. Additionally, inflation is currently at around 7.5%, which is above the rate that most people are expecting to experience in their everyday lives. Lastly, the current state of the market is due to quantitative easing and the effect it has on real estate prices.
[00:01 - 07:27] Opening Segment
Why cap rates on multifamily properties are going to sub 4%
Inflation, interest rates,and the effect of quantitative easing
Renting is the now owning
Cap rates for rental properties are currently at 74%
Huge demand for rental housing
The concept of tokenization of real estate
[07:27 - 15:12] Real Estate Tokenization’s effects on Interest Rates
The relationship between interest rates and cap rates in the real estate market
The effects of quantitative easing on the real estate market.
The role of supply and demand in pricing real estate assets.
Interest rates will affect cap rates in the rising direction
100 basis points or 1% increase on rates
[15:13 - 16:35] Closing Segment
Will the real estate market continue to be robust?
The cyclical nature of the real estate market
"The way it's going to manifest itself, I do believe, is you're going to see an increase in pricing. And why is that? Because pricing is commensurate with the cost of capital."
"I still see real estate as a very robust market. I see it as a very robust investment."
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