The last 2 years with the pandemic have been harrowing, yet the property market has performed far better than expected globally. Central banks in several countries have raised interest rates to control inflation following 2 years of generous incentives to stimulate the economy, while others, like the Fed, plan to do the same. In response to expected inflation and interest rate increase, the US stock market dropped significantly recently, resulting in a 10% cumulative loss for the year. Barely 4 weeks into the year, and the stock market has already started with a loss! And, although the world has adjusted to the ‘new normal’ as best as it can, Covid still rages on and there is still uncertainty with Omicron and possibly further mutations to come, as well as other headwinds, including supply-chain disruptions. In light of this, what will the global property outlook 2022 be like? Read on to find out.