• 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • As obsolescence plagues malls, neighborhood centers remain resilient

    Jan 8, 2024, 14:14 PM by Matt Mowell
    Current retail mall availability is not as bad as it sounds. Nearly half of the vacant Lifestyle & Mall space is obsolete and no longer available for lease, so no longer part of the competitive inventory.
  • Land-constrained logistics markets remain best-positioned amid heightened risks

    Dec 14, 2023, 09:24 AM by Matt Mowell
    Although higher interest rates and tight lending conditions pose systemic risks for logistics real estate, local market conditions, particularly the supply pipeline, remain vitally important.
  • Nowhere to hide from rising office vacancy

    Dec 8, 2023, 11:42 AM by Matt Mowell
    The effects of remote work on office demand are pervasive, but are especially pronounced in large, urban office markets like Los Angeles, San Francisco and Manhattan with high commuting costs (both time and money). But that's not the only group feeling the change.
  • The suburbs never went out of style

    Nov 17, 2023, 08:51 AM by Matt Mowell
    Since the early 2000s, more people began favoring walkable urban environments over traditional suburbia. Surprisingly, this shift to urban living did not cause CBD rent growth to outpace the sleepier suburbs.
  • What drove Austin’s ascent—and who is poised to follow?

    Nov 7, 2023, 10:42 AM by Matt Mowell
    A common question in the real estate forecasting business is: what city will be the next Austin? Austin has had a growing prominence of professional services, but other cities deserve a close look.
  • Debt funding gap arises in multifamily sector

    Oct 26, 2023, 12:42 PM by Michael Leahy
    We’ve updated our funding gap estimates in light of the dramatic run-up in yields since June. The funding gap for office has now increased to $82.9 billion, and a $21.7 billion funding gap emerged for multifamily properties.


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