08 Feb 16
WalletHub recently ranked three Texas metros in the top 20 markets for STEM professionals in 2016. CBRE's MarketFlash looks at how STEM jobs will support the Texas economy in the near and long-term.
01 Feb 16
Texas drivers in the five largest metros lose roughly 52 hours and $1,200 each year due to traffic congestion. TxDOT unveiled a $1.3 billion initial plan to address some of this congestion as the state's population continues to grow. Read more in this CBRE MarketFlash.
19 Jan 16
Cap rates are expected to remain ‘about the same’ in 2016, according to the recent CRE Finance Council 2016 Market Outlook Survey. This MarketFlash highlights key survey findings, including cap rate expectations for Houston, given falling oil prices.
04 Jan 16
All of the presents are unwrapped and the spending spree is winding down. CBRE Research takes a early look at the 2015 holiday shopping trends and what's ahead for 2016.
07 Dec 15
How much would it cost to buy everything in the 12 Days of Christmas song? According to the PNC Financial Services Group, it would cost $34,131, up 0.6% since last year. CBRE Research takes an in-depth look at what you could buy this season and the impact of inflation across the region.
30 Nov 15
Global trade has grown 5.5% annually and this increase in cross-border trade is driving industrial demand in global logistics hubs. CBRE Research identified the top 30 global hubs in a new report, Global and Emerging Logistics Hubs 2015. Texas claims two of the seven global hubs in the U.S.
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.