US commercial real estate purchases may slump later this year as prices rise and lenders require buyers to put more cash into deals, said Inland Real Estate Group Inc. Vice Chairman Joe Cosenza. A “double-dip” in the commercial real estate market may come as soon as September when lenders “start seeing these high prices and say, ‘Wait a minute, we just came through this,'” Cosenza said today.

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