23 Nov 15
There is more to be thankful for this year. Food prices, airfare and filling up at the pump cost less this year, leaving more cash in consumers' wallets during Thanksgiving and just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
16 Nov 15
Texas has added 224,800 new jobs to payrolls in the last 12 months, driven by corporate attraction and business expansion. It's pretty easy to answer the question, "why Texas?" so instead we ask, "why not Texas?" Is mobility the next pressing issue for the state?
12 Nov 15
A graphic look at Houston's Q3 office market performance
02 Nov 15
Gone are the days of retail developers building large enclosed malls and cookie-cutter strip centers that prevailed in the 80s. More tailored design catering to micro-communities is now the norm and a disciplined, multi-faceted retail pipeline across Texas and Oklahoma showcases this changing face of retail.
26 Oct 15
One year into the crude oil glut and Houston's office market has created its own. Sublease space availability has nearly doubled over this time last year, primarily in the submarkets with the highest concentration of energy companies. By 2018, crude oil prices are expected to be on a solid rebound at the same time that Houston office availability rates may start trending down.
19 Oct 15
With the strongest longstanding U.S. residential expansion in the Texas Triangle, retail and the industrial facilities that supply them will be the commercial sectors to watch for the long-term.
12 Oct 15
Texas and Oklahoma continue to be atractive markets for investors as indicated in the CBRE North America Cap Rate Survey for H1 2015. What's in store for the different property types in Houston?
05 Oct 15
Two large demographic cohorts are creating a sustained pattern of multifamily demand nationwide and investors are benefiting with annual rent gains outpacing inflation. However, major metros in Texas and Oklahoma offer more affordable multifamily housing alternatives than other parts of the U.S.
30 Sep 15
The Port of Houston is readying the Ship Channel to accept larger cargo vessels anticipated to make their way through the longer, wider and deeper locks of the Panama Canal. CBRE Research explores the implications of the Canal's expansion on the national industrial market and on Houston specifically.
31 Aug 15
What does the combination of pent-up demand, rising home prices and a dearth of Class C multifamily redevelopment equal? The answer is a Class B apartment market that is outperforming Houston's well-heeled Class A luxury multifamily sector.