21 May 15
The office market gained further strength during Q1 2015. Positive net absorption was up, vacancy declined and the gross asking rental rate was up over the same period in 2014.
19 May 15
With an abundance of capital chasing a limited number of properties, where do investors of open-air shopping centers uncover value? New research shows that significant, relative value exists in major markets within the middle of the pricing spectrum.
18 May 15
The U.S. industrial market entered 2015 having just seen one of its strongest years in memory; and while growth may have slowed from Q4 2014, in Q1 2015 all significant metrics showed some measure of improvement.
14 May 15
Auto production reshoring is spurring growth in U.S. and Mexican industrial markets. Mexico and the American South are the primary beneficiaries, while key U.S. logistics hubs are poised for growth from anticipated increase in distribution demand.
06 May 15
Billions of tons of cargo move through North America’s ports annually. Recent congestion at West Coast ports placed a spotlight on labor and port efficiencies. Supply chain users are now exploring diversification strategies utilizing East and Gulf Coasts.
28 Apr 15
Asian investors are a major supplier of capital for U.S. real estate, acquiring $7.0 billion of U.S. assets in 2014 (25% of the year’s cross-border capital flows). This trend has continued in 2015, with Asian investment of $2.75 billion in Q1 2015.
21 Apr 15
Half of all real estate investors in North America intend to increase their property acquisitions in 2015, with San Francisco the number one target for the second year in a row, according to the CBRE North America 2015 Investor Intentions Survey.
16 Apr 15
During the first quarter of 2015, the U.S. office market vacancy rate dropped for the fourth consecutive quarter and suburban demand was the highlight of market growth.
15 Apr 15
During the first quarter of 2015, the U.S. industrial market experienced mixed growth; however availability hit a post-recession low.
14 Apr 15
In 2014, the U.S. lodging industry enjoyed its greatest growth in revenue per available room since 2005. With occupancy levels above the long-run average and real average daily rate growth anticipated through 2019, prosperous times should continue.