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The commercial real estate market may bottom out this year and that window of opportunity when investors can get the lowest prices may be opening and shutting soon, according to two surveys released in March.

Investors are feeling more hopeful about a turnaround than they have over the last two years, according to first quarter 2010 findings from PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Korpacz Real Estate Investor Survey. Overall capitalization rates, a key measure of expectations of property income and value, have started to stabilize and even decline in certain markets. Respondents expect overall cap rates to hold steady in 19 of the survey’s 30 markets over the next six months, compared to just two that were predicted to do so last quarter.

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