| Inland Empire Office Market Potential Strong as SoCal Growth Patterns Show Coastal Residents Moving East
As more and more west coast residents are moving east, to the Inland Empire, employers, namely in the office sector, are now reaping the benefits. A new report from CBRE suggests that the region could be the next untapped fro...
| Los Angeles Retail Asking Rates Continue to Increase
In the first quarter of 2017, the Los Angeles retail market vacancy rate ticked up 30 basis points to 4.1% as 532.8k sf were delivered to the market, according to the latest research from NAI Capital. This new space includes ...
| OC Office Market Vacancy Rate at Lowest Level Since 2007
At the end of the first quarter of 2017, the Orange County office market vacancy rate was in single digit territory, the lowest seen since 2007. The vacancy rate registered 9.1%, down 80 basis points from a year ago. At the e...
| U.S. Industrial Markets Continued to Post Strong Numbers in 1st Quarter 2017
U.S. industrial markets absorbed 53.8 msf of space in the first quarter of 2017, well above the quarterly absorption average of 49.3 msf witnessed during the current economic expansion and significantly higher than the averag...
| San Diego Industrial Market Achieves 23rd Consecutive Quarter of Positive Net Absorption
San Diego’s industrial market continued its overall momentum, reporting its 23rd consecutive quarter of positive net absorption (occupancy growth), according to the latest research provided to us by eal estate services firm C...
| Catch Up on the Latest Trends and Developments in Downtown Los Angeles and the Inland Empire
Here’s your chance to get up-to-date on the latest trends and activity in Downtown Los Angeles and the Inland Empire, at RENTV’s upcoming State of the Market conferences later this month. You’ll enjoy expert commentary from m...
| U.S. Suburban Office Vacancy Rate Near Pre-Recession Low
With the migration of many millennials to urban environments, some commercial real estate industry observers are less than bullish when it comes to suburban office product. However, the so-called “downfall of the suburban off...
| First Quarter 2017 Review of Phoenix Retail Market
The Phoenix retail market kicked off 2017 with strong leasing activity, rising net absorption, and steady rental rates, according to the latest research from real estate services firm Kidder Mathews. Total vacancy decreased b...
| Commercial Real Estate Investment from High Net Worth Individuals on the Rise
Demand for U.S. commercial real estate assets from High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI)—those with more than $1 mil in liquid assets—rose in 2016 to $10.3 bil, according to the latest research from global property firm, CBRE Gro...
| Number of Corporate Space Occupiers Citing Economic Uncertainty as a Top Challenge is Growing
While talent continues to reign supreme on the list of top concerns for companies today, a new survey of corporate executives underscores the challenges they are facing in today’s economic environment. Of the 176 Americas exe...
| Hong Kong and Beijing are World’s Highest-Priced Office Markets
Hong Kong is the world’s highest-priced office market, according to CBRE Group, Inc.’s new Global Prime Office Rents survey. European markets showed the most consistent growth in prime office rent, mostly due to a lack of sup...
| CA Home Sales and Prices Dip from January but Remain Well Above Prior Year
After starting the year on a positive note in January, California home sales and median price backpedaled a bit in February, but still showed strong gains on a yearly basis, according to the latest data from the California As...
| The Majority of Real Estate Investors in the Americas Expected to be Net Buyers in 2017
The prospect of increased U.S. economic growth combined with less regulation, means that investor sentiment for commercial real estate investment is marginally more positive than last year, despite the potential for rising in...
| LA’s South Bay Industrial Market Closed Out 2016 with a Booming Fourth Quarter
Los Angeles’ South Bay industrial market closed out 2016 on a strong note, posting nearly 1.4 msf of net absorption in the fourth quarter of the year – the biggest three-month total since 2004, according to Colliers Internati...
| Inland Empire Ranks Second among U.S. Markets for Number of 1 msf+ Facilities Built from 2010 to 2016
The rapid growth of e-commerce has created a big trend in U.S. industrial markets: a proliferation of warehouses spanning 1 msf or larger in total size. The Inland Empire is among the top U.S. markets that witnessed the const...
| Election Seen as Having Little Impact on California Commercial Real Estate
The Winter/Spring 2017 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Commercial Real Estate Survey, taken entirely after the November 8th election, shows no discernable economic shift, despite Hillary Clinton having been the heavy fav...
| US Industrial Market Absorbed a Record 283 msf of Space in 2016
U.S. industrial markets absorbed 63.6 msf of space in the final quarter of 2016, which propelled net absorption for the year to a record-setting 282.9 MSF, according to the latest research info provided by real estate service...
| San Diego Office Market Closes Out the Year with Strong Absorption Numbers
San Diego’s office market enters 2017 with continued strong numbers. Fourth-quarter office leasing activity was the highest ever in any single quarter, according to the latest data from CBRE research. Demand was particularly ...
| Prime Logistics Yields Across Globe near Historic Lows, Spurred by Growth of E-Commerce
The rapid rise of e-commerce has pushed investment yields on prime logistics properties across the globe close to record lows – indicating high property values -- with North American markets accounting for seven of the 10 low...
| U.S. Macro Forecast: Longer, Stronger and Bumpier
The U.S. economy and property markets are positioned to perform well in 2017, following a turbulent year in 2016, according to global commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. This, and the overview to follow,...