27 Mar 17
Large occupiers are more efficiently using warehouse and distribution space, resulting in increased building clearance heights. This has made measurement of cubic feet, or the “third dimension,” more important.
10 Mar 17
U.S. employers added 235,000 jobs in February, which significantly exceeded market expectations. Wages grew by 6 cents per hour and the trailing 12-month increase jumped to 2.8%. The unemployment rate declined slightly to 4.7%.
09 Mar 17
CBRE Research and the CBRE Institute are pleased to launch the 2017 Americas Occupier Survey, part of a globally coordinated survey of senior corporate real estate executives that aims to identify trending priorities and actions of corporations across the Americas, EMEA and APAC.
08 Mar 17
The prospects of better U.S. economic growth and less regulation have piqued investors’ interest in commercial real estate this year despite rising interest rates, according to the CBRE Americas Investor Intentions Survey 2017 published today.
28 Feb 17
Q4 2016 U.S. Forecast and Capital Markets MarketView Figures - updates for Office, Industrial, Retail, Multifamily and Retail sectors.
23 Feb 17
E-commerce remains the fastest-growing retail category, rising 14.3% from 2015 and well above the 4.1% growth rate in overall retail sales in 2016.
22 Feb 17
Wholesale growth should continue to be robust for the sector, but demand could vary given the amount of capital that is often at risk and the way technology has shifted business needs.
17 Feb 17
The second half of 2016 was noteworthy for the election of Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress, as well as a rising interest rate environment. How has investment pricing in commercial real estate responded?
15 Feb 17
Although tech industry job growth has moderated somewhat in recent years, high-tech firms once again accounted for the largest share of major office leasing activity in 2016 at more than 18%.
10 Feb 17
The office sector attracted $7.5 billion of cross-border capital in Q4. The hotel sector was second at $3 billion. Mirroring the Q4 trend, office garnered $31.5 billion of full-year 2016 cross-border volume, followed by hotels with 19% market share.