21 Jan 16
The U.S. industrial market expanded for the 23rd consecutive quarter, logging 64.1 million sq. ft. of positive net absorption in Q4 2015.
15 Jan 16
Office market largely unaffected by financial market volatility, registers
sixth-consecutive year of absorption.
14 Jan 16
After Wednesday’s stock market pullback, the S&P 500 has returned to correction territory for the second time in six months. The underlying causes are familiar: China market worries and deteriorating oil prices.
07 Jan 16
The first in a series of reports on the shared workplace and co-working. More specifically, Part 1 focuses on the megatrends driving the sustainability of the co-working model right now.
21 Dec 15
There are varying estimates on how much consumer spending increases with a drop in oil prices. Even the low end of these estimates gives consumers $45 billion dollars of additional spending power.
18 Dec 15
Investment volume exceeds $100 million in Q3, but reflects modest slowing
17 Dec 15
Consistent demand, relatively low supply and supportive economic trends continue to improve fundamentals in the U.S. retail market.
16 Dec 15
Today’s move should not have any impact on commercial real estate markets, and the Fed likely has significantly more room to move before we begin to see real pressure on cap rates.
15 Dec 15
The U.S. multifamily sector posted another quarter of strong fundamentals in Q3 2015, along with significant investment activity and competitive pricing.
14 Dec 15
The U.S. lodging industry continued to perform strongly during the third quarter of the year. Demand, average daily rate (ADR), and revenue per available room (RevPAR) maintained the steady growth trend we have seen in the industry.