• Retail space is continuing to right-size

    Mar 27, 2023, 14:18 PM by Daniel Diebel
    Had retail space been overbuilt in previous cycles? Is it just now reaching supply-demand equilibrium?
  • Consumer debt unlikely to derail summer vacations

    Mar 17, 2023, 14:54 PM by Matt Mowell
    Fiscal stimulus is in the rear-view mirror, excess savings are quickly dwindling and consumers must contend with higher interest rates.
  • Identifying U.S. Metros that Benefit from Rising Manufacturing Employment

    Mar 15, 2023, 20:56 PM by Matt Mowell
    Products manufactured in the U.S., and the markets where they are manufactured, continues to evolve. Looking at how each metro’s share of U.S. manufacturing employment has changed since 2010 provides a glimpse into this evolution.
  • H2 2022 Cap Rate Survey Now Available

    Mar 10, 2023, 10:14 AM by Dennis Schoenmaker
    The CRS was conducted in mid-November and December and reflects second-half 2022 deals. The survey, reflecting 3,600 cap rate estimates, sheds light on how investor sentiment is changing amid uncertain market conditions.
  • East Coast and Midwest markets outperformed population growth expectations

    Mar 7, 2023, 12:08 PM by Dennis Schoenmaker
    With the release of the 2020 Census data, we can compare actual versus expected population growth for the 2010-2020 period.
  • Timing means a great deal when moving assets to net zero emissions

    Feb 22, 2023, 13:32 PM by Dennis Schoenmaker
    When it comes to cutting carbon emissions at commercial buildings, timing may not be everything, but it means a great deal. The longer a property owner waits to begin lowering emissions, the higher an asset’s carbon budget will be.
  • Tech layoffs are the highest since the dot-com bust

    Feb 10, 2023, 09:51 AM by Matt Mowell
    Tech companies account for 40% of total layoff announcements, which are approaching levels of the dot-com-crash era. But many former tech workers are finding new employment quickly with non-tech companies, helping to boost productivity across the economy.
  • Is retail commercial real estate’s unsung hero?

    Feb 3, 2023, 12:09 PM by Daniel Diebel
    Hardly any new retail space has been constructed during the past decade. Meanwhile, brick-and-mortar retail sales have risen as Americans spend more on experiences at places like restaurants, cafes and breweries. We expect a continued fall in the ratio of absorption to new stock.
  • Miami is more resilient to natural hazards than some may think

    Jan 31, 2023, 09:45 AM by Matt Mowell
    Just how vulnerable are real estate markets to natural hazards? We looked to Miami—a city associated with strong tropical storms and at the frontier of climate change—to analyze vulnerability. Going forward, CBRE Econometric Advisors will be using the power of maps to view real estate in a new dimension.
  • Easing of international travel restrictions likely to boost lodging demand

    Jan 30, 2023, 13:39 PM by Matt Mowell
    The return of East Asian visitors will be a plus for the American hotels, especially in Hawaii, major West Coast markets, and premier leisure destinations like Las Vegas and Orlando.

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