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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 11, 2022

Rent Increases Decelerate for Multifamily Properties

New research from Yardi Matrix indicates average apartment rents increased by $10 in July 2022, their lowest rate since January. According to the latest Multifamily Report, the average rent in the U.S. was a record $1,717 last month. Still, year-over-year growth decelerated by 110 basis points to 12.6 percent, 260 basis points off the February peak of 15.2 percent.

Aug 9, 2022

The Hottest Rental Markets in 2022

Since the start of 2022, there’s been a massive wave of new residents streaming into Florida. Remote work, warm weather, and looser COVID restrictions have played a significant role in the Sunshine State becoming the most sought-after region by renters this year. Miami specifically is considered the hottest rental market in the nation. In fact, demand for apartments in Southern Florida is stronger than ever, making it difficult for apartment hunters to find a place to call home. According to a report by RentCafe, this is due to high occupancy, low supply, and record-high lease renewal rates.

Jun 15, 2022

CBC Chatter: Future of Cities

On June 8th, 2022, Coldwell Banker Commercial held CBC Chatter, a virtual quarterly series hosted by Senior Vice President and Managing Director Daniel Spiegel to discuss hot topics in the world of commercial real estate. This event focused on the Future of Cities where panelists discussed myths such as the “death” of cities, trends in larger urban areas and how those trends are affecting secondary and tertiary markets, and how technology is shaping the future of cities.

Jun 8, 2022

Mid Year Economic Outlook and CRE

On June 2, 2022, Coldwell Banker Commercial’s Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Dan Spiegel, hosted Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) for an insightful and fascinating discussion where viewers learned how the American economy is performing at the midyear mark, important factors to consider and how it is affecting commercial real estate across all asset classes.

May 3, 2022

2021 Apartment Construction Boom Overview

2021 was an incredibly strong year for apartment construction. According to Yardi Matrix, 334,000 units were projected to open in the U.S. by the end of 2021. As explained by Yardi Matrix, the number of projected units reveal a striking difference between the aftermath of the pandemic crisis and that of the housing crisis of 2008. In 2021, there were nearly three times more apartments under construction than there were in 2011.

Mar 22, 2022

2022 Outlook Part 2: Expect Another Strong Year

As we mentioned in part 1 of CBC’s 2022 Outlook blog post series, the CBC team recently released its outlook on 2022 commercial real estate trends, which you can access here. In the first part, we took a closer look into the confidence in the property market and how that helped to push commercial property values to a 15-year high in the third quarter, the increase in transaction volume in 2021, annual CRE sales volume by property type, and more. In part 2, we will provide insight that is backed by research and analytics, as well as explore a wide variety of real estate trends including the commercial real estate sales volume and investment surge by market, the build-to-rent trend, multifamily rent growth by market, and retail and industrial rent growth. After conducting extensive research, the CBC team confidently predicts that 2022 will be another strong year fueled by stable cash flows and pent-up demand.   

Mar 15, 2022

2022 Outlook Part 1: Expect Another Strong Year

The CBC team recently released its outlook on 2022 commercial real estate trends, which you can access the report here. The outlook provides insight that is backed by research and analytics, and explores a wide variety of real estate trends including, confidence in the property market, the increase in transaction volume, job growth and demand for commercial real estate space in secondary markets. The report notes that investors are capitalizing on rising rents and demand for space, points out what cap rates are in popular Sun Belt and secondary markets, highlights the build-to-rent trend for multifamily, observations of retail and industrial markets, the future of office demand, self-storage, and demand for medical space. After conducting extensive research, the CBC team confidently predicts that 2022 will be another strong year fueled by stable cash flows and pent-up demand.   

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