Category Archive: Reports

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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Feb 24 2016

Cushman Wakefield 4Q 2015 U.S. Retail Shopping Center MarketBeat Report

From Cushman Wakefield: As the fourth quarter of 2015 came to a close, U.S. shopping center vacancy was 8.0%, unchanged from the third quarter of the year and marking the 15th consecutive quarter of steady or declining vacancy in the marketplace. Cushman & Wakefield is currently tracking over 314 million square feet (MSF) of available …

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Feb 14 2016

CBRE | 2016 Global Real Estate Market Outlook

From CBRE | 2016 Global Real Estate Market Outlook “Moderate economic growth with low interest rates, punctuated with bouts of pessimism and volatility—the factors that have characterized the world economy for the past few years—are likely to continue in 2016, supporting moderate growth in commercial rents and investment sales volume globally.” Economy | Expect 2016 …

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Jan 11 2016

Colliers | Six Key Themes That Will Shape Commercial Real Estate in 2016

New Report from Colliers:  Six Key Themes That Will Shape Commercial Real Estate in 2016 Real estate continues to grow its appeal Sentiment towards real estate remains positive. More than half of the respondents with multi-asset portfolios said that they would increase their real estate allocations in the next 12 months into 2016. The US …

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Dec 04 2015

NAR: Commercial Real Estate Outlook 2015 Q4

From NAR: NAR’s latest Commercial Real Estate Outlook offers overall projections for four major commercial sectors and analyzes quarterly data in the office, industrial, retail and multifamily markets. Highlights: Demand for commercial leases kept a positive pace in the third quarter of 2015. Construction has been growing across all property types, but the gap between …

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Nov 29 2015

JLL: Globalisation and Competition: The New World of Cities

From JLL:  JLL’s latest research reveals how traditional hierarchies are being shaken up by globalisation and competition. This will fundamentally change the geography of real estate. ‘Established World Cities’ – the ‘Big Six’ Emerging Cities ‘New World Cities’ Download Report

Nov 22 2015

JLL United States Office Outlook – Q3 2015

From JLL: The economy is growing and employers across industries are adding jobs, especially in mixed-use and highly amenitized geographies. As a result, expansionary activity remained the dominant leasing driver in Q3 2015. This growth has left primary markets challenged by supply constraints, creating a competitive environment for tenants. Secondary and tertiary markets such as …

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