• Industrial leasing likely will improve, though all markets won’t benefit equally

    Mar 27, 2024, 11:35 AM by Nicholas Rita
    Industrial real estate has faced challenges for the past two years as the pandemic-era e-commerce boom and strong consumer spending triggered a burst of construction activity. Leasing activity is expected to improve this year, especially if the Federal Reserve follows through on anticipated interest rate cuts. All markets, however, won’t fare equally.
  • A Multi-perspective View on Cap Rates

    Mar 20, 2024, 11:34 AM by Michael Leahy
    There are several ways the industry looks at capitalization rates (cap rates) for commercial properties. Comparing them considering the current generational shift in cap rates is helpful for understanding pricing.
  • There is nuance to the office story

    Mar 18, 2024, 12:58 PM by Matt Mowell
    What’s often lost amid the doom-and-gloom headlines about the office sector are the stark differences between office asset classes.
  • CBRE's Cap Rate Survey suggests that the market is finding a floor

    Mar 11, 2024, 11:38 AM by Matt Mowell
    Our twice-a-year Cap Rate Survey asks industry participants to estimate the direction and magnitude of cap rate movement for the coming six months.
  • Multifamily market travails not likely to last

    Feb 28, 2024, 11:34 AM by Matt Mowell
    Multifamily rent growth has departed from historical trends in many markets, including those in the Sun Belt that have long been associated with vigorous growth. Meanwhile, landlords still have leverage to raise rents in traditionally slow-but-steady cities like Cleveland and Milwaukee.
  • Want to Find a Medical Office in Philadelphia? Look Near Hospitals and Affluent Areas

    Feb 26, 2024, 13:24 PM by Matt Mowell
    Marrying EA's medical office data with our geospatial capabilities allows for a more nuanced view of market trends, such as local clustering patterns and pockets of outperformance.
  • The gap between the top and bottom multifamily markets will be narrower than usual in 2024

    Feb 8, 2024, 09:27 AM by Matt Mowell
    A quarter of all multifamily markets, mainly across the South and West, will see rents decline on a rolling two-year basis in 2024.
  • Industrial real estate: what a difference a year makes

    Jan 31, 2024, 12:51 PM by Nicholas Rita
    A year ago, industrial availability rates were comfortably below their long-term trend in nearly all U.S. markets. That backdrop has completely changed today.
  • Boston’s carbon neutrality challenge

    Jan 19, 2024, 13:26 PM by Vincent Planque
    Boston enacted an ordinance to help the city achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, but data shows that nearly 30% of Boston's commercial buildings may fall short.
  • Putting A Price On Office Uncertainty

    Jan 18, 2024, 14:11 PM by Matt Mowell
    CBRE’s latest Cap Rate Survey shows sobering, double-digit yields for Class C offices that exceed junk bond levels.

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