| Phoenix Office Market Has 2.7 msf Under Constuction
The more than 2.7 msf of office space now under construction in metro Phoenix is the most seen since 2015. But, according to the Q2 2018 Phoenix Office Insight report from the Phoenix office of JLL, it still may not be enough...
| CRE Trends for California Expected to Continue
The Summer/Fall 2018 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California Commercial Real Estate Survey shows that despite tax cuts and incentives, tariffs, higher interest rates, higher cap rates, and slowing employment growth, t...
| CA Home Sales Continue to Slow as Prices Increase Again
California’s median home price edged higher to another peak in June as year-over-year home sales lost steam for the second straight month, according to the latest data from the California Association of Realtors® (C.A.R.).
| Large Tenants Keep Up the Demand for Office Space in San Francisco
Large tenants such as Facebook, WeWork, and Cruise Automation continue to drive the San Francisco office market, according to a new report released by real estate services firm Kidder Mathews. Tech companies face increasing c...
| CBD Rents for Transit-Accessible Buildings Substantially Higher than for Car-Dependent Space
This study on mass transit’s influence on office markets in major metros was provided to us by real estate services firm Transwestern
The national average rent in transit-accessible office buildings was 65% higher than the a...
| Save the Date => Thursday, August 9 is RENTV's Westside Los Angeles State of the Market Conference
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| Study Shows that Quality of Property Management Services Impacts Business’ Employee Retention Abilities
As employers strive to create a healthier, more collaborative and productive work environment for employees, the quality of property management and the incorporation of technology are critical considerations when making locat...
| Industrial Rents Support Additional Warehouse Development in Many U.S. Markets
This report was provided to us by global real estate services firm CBRE.
Projected rents are more than adequate in many markets, including Los Angeles, to justify additional development of warehouses and distribution center...
| Pace of CA Home Sales Slows in May
California’s median home price reached a new high in May, while home sales retreated both on a monthly and annual basis, wiping out most of the gains posted for the year, according to the latest data from the California Assoc...
| All-Star Line-Up of CRE Pros Spoke about Development in the L.A. Area at RENTV Conference
Some of the top commercial real estate pros active in the L.A. area came together last Thursday at RENTV's annual Greater Los Angeles Development Summit to discuss some of the major projects underway throughout the region. Be...
| Construction Costs Surge in April
This report was provided to us by the Associated General Contractors of America Labor Department
The cost of goods used in construction jumped in April at the fastest year-over-year rate since 2011, with ongoing increases fo...
| Los Angeles Ranked First in 2017 for Institutional Capital Investment
A new report from global real estate services firm CBRE reveals that the Los Angeles market jumped ahead of Manhattan to become the largest destination for institutional capital in the nation. A diverse group of foreign buye...
| San Bernardino County Retail Market Activity Leads in Southern California
San Bernardino County’s surging job and population growth are proving to be a critical driver for retail activity.
According to CBRE’s 4th quarter 2017 Retail Overview for San Bernardino County, there is 844.2k sf of new re...
| Total Self-Storage Inventory for L.A. County Expected to Increase by 2.1% in 2018
This 2018 Los Angeles County 2018 Investment Forecast for the Self-Storage Industry was provided to us by the Los Angeles office of real estate services firm Marcus & Millichap.
Four employment sectors eac...
| CA Home Sales Pick Up Again in February after Slow January
Led by the San Francisco Bay Region, California home sales registered healthy gains in February on both a monthly and annual basis after January’s weak start, according to the most recent monthly data from the California Asso...
| Assessed Value of Los Angeles County Commercial Real Estate Tops $400 Bil
This report was written and provided to us by CBRE Research.
Last year, commercial property assessed values in many Los Angeles County municipalities increased at faster rates than single-family homes and residential income ...
| A Majority of Real Estate Investors in the Americas Anticipate Increased Buying Activity in 2018
A prolonged period of U.S. economic growth, as well as tax cuts and favorable regulatory changes, has turned commercial real estate investors more positive going into 2018 than they were at the start of last year, according t...
| Latest Allen Matkins / UCLA Anderson Forecast California CRE Survey Suggests Federal Tax Overhaul Favors the Commercial Real Estate Industry
The Winter/Spring 2018 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California Commercial Real Estate Survey reflects the favorable changes to the CRE market caused by the recent federal tax overhaul. The tax bill is expected to incr...
| CA Home Prices Continue to Rise While Sales Volume Slows Due to Lowest Inventory Levels in 13 Years
Amid the lowest housing inventory levels in more than 13 years, existing home sales still eked out a year-over-year gain, while the median sales price posted a solid annual increase, per the latest figures from the California...
| Warehouse Construction Surge Lifts Industrial Land Prices By Double Digits In Major US Logistics Markets, Led by California’s Inland Empire
The e-commerce-fueled surge in development of warehouses and distribution centers has generated double-digit, year-over-year percentage increases in prices for industrial land in major markets, led by California’s Inland Empi...