26 Oct 16
The U.S. industrial market expanded for a 26th consecutive quarter, logging 76.8 million sq. ft. of positive net absorption in Q3 2016. This was up 18% over the previous quarter and was the best quarter since Q4 2005.
19 Oct 16
In CBRE Research’s 2016 Tech-Thirty Report, we rank the top 30 tech markets, revealing which markets have the highest potential growth and value, which markets benefitted most from tech industry growth, and which submarkets command rent premiums or offer discounts.
18 Oct 16
Traditional retailers are using on-line holiday sales to their advantage.
12 Oct 16
In CBRE’s Financial Services Report, Transformation, we look at how major changes in the financial services industry impact 18 established, active, and growing financials services markets across the U.S.
05 Oct 16
In this CBRE Viewpoint, we explore the recently released EPA carbon emissions standards and what they mean for the trucking industry and industrial real estate vis-à-vis the ongoing transformation of the supply chain.
29 Sep 16
This third report in our multi-part series on office construction compares current construction activity with previous cycles and explores how office usage trends help determine where development occurs.
21 Sep 16
This second report in our multi-part series on office construction looks beyond conventional metrics like rent growth to determine when and where to build, and explores new trends affecting the office construction industry.
13 Sep 16
CBRE North America Cap Rate Survey for the first half of 2016 highlights cap rate trends for all major property types and classes in key markets across the U.S. and Canada.
12 Sep 16
A steady decline in food prices has delivered a mixed bag for the economy, providing consumers with more disposable income but crimping the already narrow profit margins of grocery operators.
08 Sep 16
The financial failure of Hanjin Shipping is a shock to global commerce and logistics, but it isn't a complete surprise given mounting overcapacity in global shipping and subsequently depressed container rates.