I will note this quote, though:
Property values in the largest U.S. cities have surpassed their 2007 peaks, encouraging demand, after plunging as much as 42 percent in the aftermath of the credit crisis, according to Moody’s/RCA Commercial Property Price Index .I have read plenty of articles in recent months about the drop in lending standards. Investors' search and desire for yield has made them less concerned about credit quality. It seems a welcome push back has begun. It needs to spread beyond real estate.