Why hasn’t rental growth climbed higher during this economic expansion?
GDP growth in Q2 was a strong 4.1%, driven by broad gains in consumption, exports, investment and government spending.
The U.S. and China recently placed import tariffs on $34 bn of each other’s products. The U.S. has also threatened tariffs on imports from Europe, Canada and Mexico. Should the trade disputes escalate, industrial space demand will likely decline.
June’s jobs report signals that the U.S. economy remains on solid footing, despite geopolitical and trade tensions. Other recent signs of strength include solid personal income and spending data.
Rising U.S. interest rates and an uncertain outlook for the dollar have driven up hedging costs for Asian investors over the past year. This is beginning to impact U.S. CRE, with Asian investment volume down 62% year-over-year in Q1…
A significant (and worsening) shortage of truck drivers is raising shipping costs, which may spark the expected inflationary pressures that have thus far remained absent…
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The recent U.S.-China rhetoric may turn out to be just that, but we should consider what such a war might do to commercial real estate.
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