Money for new construction-especially for hotels-will remain difficult to come by in 1999, industry experts say, even as most sectors of the real estate market remain stable.

That sober outlook contrasts sharply with the euphoria that characterized the commercial real estate market for most of 1998. As recently as last June, investors were paying steep prices for New York office towers, with the expectation that rents would rise.

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