This PITFALL is more of an existing myth in the market place than an action or inaction on anyone’s part.  A common theme among Real Estate Brokers, Mortgage Brokers, Salespersons and investors is the belief that commercial properties are more consistent, predictable, less volatile and generally safer than other types of Real Estate properties.  This is based on the core assumption that the players in the transaction are more sophisticated due to the size of the transactions and the financial qualifications. In recent history; the S&L crisis of the late 1980’s early 1990’s and the unfolding commercial collapse of the late 2000’s is clear proof that this irrational belief of a greater financial stability in commercial Real Estate is largely unfounded.  Indeed, commercial exposure is a major contributing factor in the collapse of hundreds of regional banks nationwide. Commercial is just as susceptible to all market conditions...