The Chinese central bank recently lowered interest rates again, as it attempted to help stimulate economic growth, and many other areas have attempted similar tactics, according to TodayOnline.
The markets have struggled around the world, with Europe cutting lending costs and England printing more money. However, the market in the United States experienced some improvements after stocks improved because of changes to market policy.
Continued adjustments in the market - especially in regards to mortgage lending - could affect how commercial real estate is affected in many areas. Europe's struggles don't seem to have an easy solution, and could continue to affect market transactions.
"The risks surrounding the economic outlook for the euro area continue to be on the downside," said Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank.
China still seems to be in a good position, as the country's economy is still rapidly growing, but the improvements have slowed recently, which has played into the country's plans to lower mortgage lending to 70 percent of the typical benchmark, the news source added. Typically this figure was at 80 percent.