Category Archive: Reports

Nov 28 2016

JLL United States Investment Outlook – Q3 2016

From JLL: In the third quarter of 2016, financial markets remained unfazed by the Brexit vote that took place at the end of the second quarter. The S&P 500 averaged 2162.1, with a 6.1-percent return year-to-date. As investors attempted to come to terms with a muted reaction to Brexit, limited volatility continued to be the …

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Nov 21 2016

Innovations in Commercial Real Estate: Preparing for the City of the Future

Deloitte has published the 2017 Commercial Real Estate Industry Outlook CRE owners may believe that smart cities are unlikely to impact the existing built environment, or that the timing is too far out to consider seriously. However, some evolving trends are likely to impact the CRE industry faster than expected. Growing government focus, rapid advances …

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Oct 15 2016

The Impact of “New Tech” Tenants on U.S. Office Leasing

New report from Colliers (September 2016) examines the level at which “new tech” tenants are driving U.S. office absorption. “Colliers International defines “New Tech” as those technology and e-commerce sales and marketing companies that have been founded in the past 20 years. In this report, learn how the New Tech sector is impacting rents, vacancies, …

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Sep 17 2016

United States Technology Outlook – 2016

From JLL: Since 2011, we’ve followed the movement of the technology industry—from iPhone apps and virtual farms to internet-enabled watches and technology-powered homes. The industry has not only grown and proliferated, it has extended its reach across the United States.   When we first began reporting on tech, we did so with the goal of …

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May 16 2016

2016 1Q Global Office Index | JLL

From JLL: Despite heightened financial market volatility and global economic uncertainty leading to a slightly more subdued picture for global office demand during the first quarter of 2016, supply shortages and limited new deliveries have kept the leasing environment highly competitive in many of the world’s dominant office markets. Rents on prime office assets across …

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May 16 2016

1Q 2016 Shopping Center Report | Cushman & Wakefield

From Cushman & Wakefield: At the end of the first quarter of 2016, U.S. shopping center vacancy stood at 7.9%. Though actual availability fell in Q1, the decline was not enough to impact the overall vacancy rate. Still, Q1 2016 was the 16th consecutive quarter in which overall shopping center vacancy either remained steady or …

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Apr 06 2016

2016 CRE: Expectations and Market Realities

From Deloitte: This is the fifth year that Deloitte, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), and Situs RERC have partnered to publish this annual forecast report. Although the previous four years have not been easy to forecast, this year, the year 2016—given the recent slowdown in global economic growth (and especially in China), low oil prices, …

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Mar 29 2016

CRE Investment Intensity Index

From JLL: JLL’s Investment Intensity Index compares the volume of direct real estate investment in a city over a three-year period relative to the city’s current economic size. The Index provides a measure of real estate market liquidity, as well as a useful barometer of a city’s overall ‘health’, highlighting cities that are punching above …

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Mar 22 2016

2016 CRE Outlook

From Cushman & Wakefield: How does the macro picture affect your commercial property investment strategy in 2016? The Atlas Outlook provides an overview of the global real estate investment market in 2015 and, more particularly, what’s in store for 2016. The report discusses the health and direction of the current market, the main areas of …

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Feb 24 2016

Savills Studley | Market Volatility and the Effect on U.S. Commercial Real Estate

From Savills Studley: There’s been no shortage of volatility to start 2016. Amid dramatic sell-offs in global equity indices, commodities and emerging market currencies, financial markets have opened with a collective thud. Causes offered for the instability include: fears of oil oversupply, worries that monetary policy will be ineffective in boosting inflation and concerns over …

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