As 2021 comes to a close, high levels of economic and public health uncertainty persist as they have for the past two years, but there’s plenty of reason for optimism about the year ahead. In a recent Deloitte Insights piece, 80% of surveyed commercial real estate professionals said they expect their organization’s revenue to pick up in 2022.
As they have for the past two years, real estate accountants will continue to play a pivotal role in how their companies perform in 2022. Some of the commercial real estate patterns observed in 2021 will likely continue in the year ahead, but COVID-19 isn’t in the rearview mirror yet. Developing a post-pandemic strategy will be the key to future success for real estate accountants. Here’s a closer look at three real estate accounting trends for the year to come: