• What CBRE's Cap Rate Survey tells us about the market

    Aug 9, 2023, 14:59 PM by Matt Mowell
    Our H1 2023 Cap Rate Survey results provide clues about how asset pricing has evolved during the year’s first six months.
  • H1 2023 Cap Rate Survey Available with Data Access

    Aug 3, 2023, 13:10 PM by Matt Mowell
    As a subscriber of CBRE EA, you have exclusive access to the underlying data of the H1 2023 Cap Rate Survey (CRS). The CRS captures more than 3,000 cap rate estimates across more than 50 geographic markets to generate key insights from a wealth of data.
  • Data Available for H2 2022 Cap Rate Survey

    Mar 29, 2023, 08:49 AM by Dennis Schoenmaker
    As a subscriber of CBRE Econometric Advisors, you have exclusive access to the underlying data of our recently published H2 2022 Cap Rate Survey. The survey, reflecting 3,600 cap rate estimates, sheds light on how investor sentiment is changing amid uncertain market conditions.
  • U.S. Cap Rate Survey H2 2021

    Apr 14, 2022, 13:36 PM by Matt Mowell
    CBRE’s U.S. Cap Rate Survey reflects the input of hundreds of our Capital Markets and Valuations professionals on how sentiment and pricing are changing across multiple dimensions of commercial real estate nationwide.
  • Sun Belt Markets Experience Most Multifamily Cap Rate Compression

    Mar 23, 2022, 11:30 AM by User Not Found
    CBRE’s H2 2021 Cap Rate Survey reveals a clear geographic pattern in multifamily cap rate compression.
  • Investment Performance Forecast December 2020

    Dec 30, 2020, 10:42 AM by Jing Ren
    A gap in buyer and seller expectations led to low transaction volume in 2020. However, due to ample liquidity and investors’ mostly positive outlook on commercial real estate (CRE) fundamentals, the cap rates in 2020 remained relatively stable across the apartment, industrial and office sectors. Assuming widespread availability of a vaccine in 2021 and mass immunization, we expect commercial real estate to rebound and generate solid income, despite the office and retail sectors potentially facing lengthier impacts.
  • Investment Performance Forecast: Industrial the Clear Winner

    Aug 6, 2020, 09:34 AM by Jing Ren
    With the pandemic continuing to affect the U.S. economy, investors are wondering what's in store for commercial real estate. Our investment performance forecast viewpoint explores the outlook for each property sector, cap rates, the lending market and more.
  • December rate rise: Fed raises rates as expected; three more hikes likely in 2018

    Dec 14, 2017, 13:42 PM by User Not Found
    The Federal Reserve has raised the federal funds rate 25 bps, to a target range of 1.25% to 1.50%. This was the Fed’s fourth 25-bps increase since December 2016 and was widely anticipated given the economy’s recent near-3% quarterly growth, robust job growth, record-low unemployment, modest wage gains and rising consumer and producer prices.
  • Three-year outlook: Capital appreciation in U.S. CRE assets unlikely; investors should focus on income

    Nov 2, 2017, 14:07 PM by User Not Found
    Across the range of likely macroeconomic scenarios, appreciation returns—the mainstay of CRE returns over the past five years—are on hold for the next three years.
  • September rate unchanged: The beginning of quantitative tightening? Not quite

    Sep 22, 2017, 13:59 PM by User Not Found
    At its latest meeting, the Fed kept the federal funds rate at 1.0%-1.25%. An increase is expected in December, with economic conditions generally good. Commercial real estate fundamentals remain strong, and a Q4 rebound in economic growth should keep them healthy at least through H1 2018.
  • Fed Watch: Indecision by committee

    Mar 31, 2017, 12:18 PM by User Not Found
    Most FOMC members agree that rates will need to head higher in the next few years, but how quickly is a source of great debate. Don't be surprised to see even greater indecision as uncertainty rises later in the cycle.
  • March rate rise: Fed looks to get ahead of inflation

    Mar 15, 2017, 15:05 PM by User Not Found
    Upward pressure on cap rates is expected, muted by strong capital flows from foreign and domestic institutional investors. CRE fundamentals remain strong overall, and improved business and consumer confidence may lead to enhanced late-cycle tenant demand.
  • Higher interest rates a risk for CRE values, recession or not

    Mar 8, 2017, 11:51 AM by User Not Found
    With the new administration at the reins and macroeconomic indicators sending mixed signals, investors are wondering what the future promises for the direction of the U.S. economy commercial real estate. This seems to be certain in investors’ minds: interest rates are likely to increase—at least in the medium term, if not in the long run. What would such increases imply for CRE, and particularly for CRE values?
  • Interest rates and cap rates: A tale of two scenarios

    Jan 31, 2017, 14:47 PM by User Not Found
    How will rising U.S. interest rates affect cap rates? It depends.
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