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  • Jacob Frydman, a life-long New Yorker and real estate expert, explains that the U.S. retail property market landscape in 2016 appeared much like the market in 2015, presenting key aspects for investors to be aware of for the upcoming year.

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  • National vacancies in the Apartment sector rose by 10 basis points to end the period at 4.5%. This is quite in line with our expectations for the year. Asking and effective rents rose by a paltry 1.0% and 0.9%, which was in some sense surprising since the third quarter tends to remain strong, seasonally. However, I’ll take to quoting what I said last quarter, when we wrote that we shou...

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  • There has basically been no change in the vacancy rate for the Office sector for almost two years. National vacancies are stuck at 16.1% for the third quarter, zero change relative to the prior period. Rents grew by a Lilliputian 0.3%, putting 2017 on track for having the weakest annual rent growth figure since the recovery began in 2011.

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  • The first half of 2017 was challenging for brick-and-mortar stores, with numerous retailers such as Macy’s and J.C. Penney announcing sweeping store closures across the U.S. According to experts at Reis, the media frenzy surrounding store closures is overblown.

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  • The Retail market isn’t in great shape, in part due to ever present competition from online channels. The national vacancy rate for neighborhood and community centers stayed flat in the third quarter at 10%, but that essentially means arresting and reversing any progress made last year. Asking and effective rents did grow at 0.4% and 0.5%, respectively, but the larger property type – r...

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  • According to Reis, healthier neighborhoods and community retail centers are closely connected to how diversified its markets are. Right now food and beverage retailers lead in sales, with luxury and business following close behind, and then mid-range fashion in third place. Reis also points to the technology of retail chains making an impact on the market. Analysts predict that retaile...

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  • Much like Multifamily, the Industrial sector – particularly Warehouse/Distribution – has been experiencing a large number of new additions to supply. Nationally we are expecting about 130 million square feet of new completions to hit the market for the Warehouse/Distribution sector this year – of that number, over 82 million square feet have already come online. And yet, as you see in ...

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  • Top 5 Apartment Markets by Effective Revenue Growth Percent Change from Q3 2016 to Q3 2017 1. Tacoma: 6.4% 2. Colorado Springs: 6.0% 3. Fort Worth: 5.4% 4. Miami: 5.3% 5. Salt Lake City: 5.2%

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  • Top 5 Office Markets by Effective Revenue Growth Percent Change from Q3 2016 to Q3 2017 1. San Antonio: 5.8% 2. Seattle: 5.0% 3. Charleston: 4.7% 4. Portland: 3.9% 5. Columbia: 3.8%

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  • Top 5 Retail Markets by Effective Revenue Growth Percent Change from Q3 2016 to Q3 2017 1. San Jose: 4.5% 2. Baltimore: 3.9% 3. Miami: 3.5% 4. Palm Beach: 3.5% 5. San Bernardino/Riverside: 3.5%

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  • Top 5 Warehouse/Distribution Markets by Effective Revenue Growth Percent Change from Q3 2016 to Q3 2017 1. San Jose: 7.3% 2. Atlanta: 6.8% 3. Kansas City: 6.8% 4. San Bernardino/Riverside: 6.8% 5. San Diego: 6.7%

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  • Join us on Thursday, November 30th at 2:00 PM ET to attend our Student Housing webinar. If you miss the date, you may still register to schedule for another time.

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  • There was little change in the national vacancy rate throughout the year for Affordable Housing properties. Levels remain tight at 1.8% though there was zero change versus the second quarter. Asking rent growth was at 1.1% for the third quarter, the strongest figure this year.

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  • The third quarter marks Fall 2017 for Student Housing properties. In turn, our findings show actual year-over-year performance – from Fall 2016 to Fall 2017. First, vacancy was down by 120 basis points over the year for properties that rent by the bed. Despite inventory growth of over 5% for the year, this subtype had vacancies that ended the period at a relatively tight 5.9%.

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  • Vacancies for Seniors Housing have been bouncing around in the low to mid-8s since late last year, and this quarter is no different, with national vacancies rising slightly by 10 basis points to end the period at 8.4%.

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  • As expected, given the Self Storage sector's seasonality, occupancies deteriorated by 50 basis points to end the third quarter at 89.8%. Expect more weakness in the fourth quarter, even though we expect some improvement year-over-year.

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  • Analysts and the media look to the national employment numbers as the pivotal gauge of how the overall national economy is doing. However, the aggregate numbers camouflage the sharp contrasts in the metros across the U.S. as well as non-metro areas. Download the latest Employment First Glance Report for a closer look at metropolitan employment growth rates, including the top and botto...

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  • Join us on Tuesday, November 14th at 2:00 PM ET to attend our Self Storage webinar. If you miss the date, you may still register to schedule for another time.

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  • Los Angeles again failed to make it onto a list of 25 metros likely to land Amazon.com’s $5 billion 'HQ2.' The study, by real estate research firm Reis Inc. determined that New York City was the nation's most likely candidate to become the new home of Amazon's second headquarters. 

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  • Once a sleepy corner of the real estate business, self-storage centers have become a $38 billion industry nationwide. And for owners and operators, the Detroit area market has proven to be lucrative as vacancy rates tend to be below the Midwest and national averages and rents for some units outperform other Midwest cities. And self-storage may offer a productive — and, incidentally, r...

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  • The homeownership rate inched up in the last several months to the highest level since 2014, as more households are finding a way to buy homes despite limited supply and rising prices. The homeownership rate climbed to 63.9% in the third quarter, up from 63.7% in the second quarter and 63.5% a year earlier, the Census Bureau said Tuesday.

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  • >> Warehouse/Distribution vacancies fell by 20 BPS in Q3 to 9.1% >> Flex/R&D vacancies ended the period at 9.9%, down 20 BPS >> Year-over-year Warehouse/Distribution vacancies have fallen by 80 BPS >> Year-over-year Flex/R&D vacancies have fallen by 100 BPS >> Asking and effective rents grew by 1.0% for Warehouse/Distribution >> Asking rents grew by 0.7% and e...

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  • >> The vacancy rate rose by 10 BPS in Q3 to 4.5% >> Year-over-year vacancies have risen by 40 BPS >> Asking rents grew by 1.0% in Q3 >> Effective rents grew by 0.9% >> Year-over-year asking rents grew by 3.8% >> Effective rents grew by 3.3% >> Supply growth won’t slowdown until 2019 >> Demand, nonetheless, remains strong

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  • >> The vacancy rate for neighborhood and community centers stayed flat at 10.0% in Q3 >> Year-over-year vacancies have risen by 10 BPS >> The vacancy rate for regional malls was up by 20 BPS in Q3 to 8.3% >> Year-over-year vacancies have risen by 50 BPS >> Asking and effective rents grew by 0.4% and 0.5%, respectively, for neighborhood and community centers >>...

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  • >> The vacancy rate remained stuck at 16.0% in Q3 >> Vacancies have not changed year-over-year >> Asking and effective rents grew by 0.3% in Q3 >> Year-over-year asking and effective rents grew by 1.5% >> Not a lot of supply is coming online >> Employers’ space per employee usage has been dropping over time

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  • The average vacancy rate for a U.S. strip mall was unchanged in the third quarter, as the sector still wrestled with the oversupply that closely followed last decade’s housing boom.

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  • Join us on Thursday, November 9th at 2:00 PM ET to attend our Affordable Housing webinar. If you miss the date, you may still register to schedule for another time.

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