Colliers International’s Tri-State president Michael Cohen believes buyers now paying top prices for New York City office properties could find themselves in difficulty when interest rates inevitably rise and rental rates stay stagnant. “Parts of the U.S. are experiencing genuine rental inflation, and maybe enough to capture cap rate volatility,” Cohen noted. “But a lot of landlords are betting on rental....

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