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May 15, 2024

The Rise in Sublease Space: Insights from the Office and Industrial Real Estate Sectors

Leasing, particularly in the office and industrial sectors, has experienced significant shifts in the last two years. These shifts have largely been driven by economic uncertainty, record-high rents, and macro changes in the way people shop and work.

Feb 13, 2024

The Industrial Warehouse Sector is Cooling Off: What You Should Know

Rising interest rates are stifling the construction frenzy of warehouses that have long fueled America’s booming e-commerce appetite.

Dec 15, 2023

Unveiling the Advantages: Industrial Real Estate Investment

Industrial real estate development stands as a cornerstone in our modern economy.

Jan 24, 2023

Plan for Success: The Path Ahead

Previous segments of this blog series touched on the disconnect between workers and employers, the shifting priorities and values of the general workforce and the role management and leadership plays in DEI initiatives. In this final installment, we dive into what it will take for savvy companies to position themselves for success.

Nov 29, 2022

Reversal of Sentiment for Investors as 2022 Concludes

In a reversal from sentiment at the beginning of this year, investors are becoming increasingly bearish about the commercial real estate market. Faced with an economic slowdown, inflation, rising interest rates, supply chain issues, labor shortages and the threat of a recession, investors and capital providers to take a step back and reassess their strategies as this year concludes and the next begins.

Oct 25, 2022

CBC Reports Appetite Still Strong for CRE Mid-Year 2022

Commercial real estate activity remains elevated in 2022, which is a promising sign considering record-highs were reached last year. Market activity is being paced by three property types, multifamily, industrial, as well as a strong rebound in retail. A new Mid-Year Report from Coldwell Banker Commercial shows investors were eager to unlock cash flow and pushed cap rates to record-lows in 4Q21 and 1Q22 across most sectors. It is anticipated that demand for real estate will continue to be strong for high-growth markets. These positive signs comes despite widespread supply chain disruptions, inflation and political uncertainty around the war in Ukraine.

Oct 18, 2022

In a Troubling Time, Silver Lining Emerges for CRE Pricing

Despite uncertainty and volatility that cloud the economy, there’s reason to be a bit upbeat these days. A recent commercial property price report from researchers at MSCI’s RCA division shows the RCA CPPI National All-Property Index climbed 18.5% in June 2022 from a year prior. That’s close to the pricing growth rates of recent months and not far from the 19.5% record pace seen at the start of 2022. The index rose 1.3% from May.

Oct 4, 2022

Marijuana’s Impact on Real Estate

A majority of adults in the United States currently have access to cannabis, whether medically or recreationally. As of this year, 19 states have legalized recreational cannabis use, while 39 states have legalized medical marijuana use. Over the years, the general perception of cannabis has evolved. Once seen as a danger to communities and to younger children, cannabis is now more readily available and marijuana sales produce taxable income for local economies.

Sep 27, 2022

Demand Drivers in a Heated U.S. Industrial Market

The industrial market has stood as one of the hottest commercial real estate property sectors in the U.S. for several years. In fact, CommercialEdge just released its July national industrial report, analyzing?the U.S. industrial market’s performance through June 2022.? 

May 10, 2022

U.S. Industrial Market Rides Wave of E-Commerce

The U.S. industrial market remains a darling among the major commercial real estate asset classes. A report by CommercialEdge showed that the performance of the sector and its rise in prominence in 2021 was largely driven by e-commerce. Researchers say despite a deceleration of e-commerce growth in Q3 2021, online sales are expected to continue fueling industrial demand into the future.

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