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  • The State of Colorado Retail
    With all of the news in the media of store closures and e-commerce growth, most retail real estate owners have been bracing themselves for more bad news. Is all of the doom and gloom predicted for retail real estate overblown? Is Colorado over-retailed? Download the latest Reis white paper to learn how Colorado's metro areas have adapted to changing economic conditions.
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  • Office Market Update
    Judging by recent data, the pace of growth in the office market has not changed much in 2017. Overall, the office market has grown at a very steady rate throughout this expansion. Download our latest white paper for recent office market trends, including rent and vacancy statistics, as well as metro trends, including construction activity, and employment statistics in top performing ma...
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  • Q2 2017 Office Cap Rate Trends
    Office sector cap rates have seen far more volatility than apartment sector cap rates as the chart shows. After climbing 40 basis points to 7.4% in the first quarter, the average cap rate fell to 7.2% in the second quarter. The 12-month rolling average cap rate edged up slightly to 7.2% from 7.1% last quarter. Again, this consistency in the 12-month rolling office cap rate shown in the...
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  • Q2 2017 Office Cap Rate Trends by Region
    Breaking out the national trend line by region we see a similar pattern as in the apartment market, but there is noticeably less disparity in office market cap rates by region, at least in the second quarter. What is striking about this chart that shows 12-month rolling averages is that only the West region has consistently posted cap rates below the national average. The West represen...
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  • Q2 2017 Apartment Cap Rate Trends
    Although the Fed raised its overnight borrowing rate by 25 basis points in December, March and then in June – apartment cap rates have barely registered a change. In fact, the mean apartment cap rate fell 30 basis points in the second quarter to 5.7% from 6.0% in the three prior quarters. The mean 12-month rolling cap rate was unchanged in the quarter.
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  • Q2 2017 Apartment Cap Rate Trends by Region
    To get a better perspective of the apartment cap rates across the U.S., we can look at the disparity between 12-month rolling average cap rates by various regions across the country. We see that the cap rates in most regions have changed very little except for the Southwest that has historically shown the most volatility. The Southwest region accounts for only 8% of the total U.S. volu...
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  • Q2 2017 Top and Bottom Metros: Cap Rates
    Breaking down the top and bottom metros in terms of the lowest and highest cap rates as measured by the 12-month rolling average cap rate provides an interesting look at how metros rank according to these measures. However, we will caution, this chart tends to produce some surprises in that we frequently see stronger property markets on the bottom of these lists and we sometimes see we...
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  • Q2 2017 Retail Cap Rate Trends
    The retail sector cap rate trend line shows somewhat surprising results. Although, the mean retail cap rate increased from 7.5% to 7.7% in the quarter, the 12-month rolling average is still trending downwards. At 7.6%, the 12-month rolling average is still only 10 basis points above the average of 7.5% seen in 2015.
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  • Q2 2017 Retail Cap Rate Trends by Region
    Taking a look at 12-month rolling cap rates by region shows a far more volatile pattern than that of the office market, even for the Southwest, although the retail market cap rates there were little changed in the quarter. Like the office market, cap rates are lowest in the West and the Northeast, and both regions posted a decline in 12-month rolling average cap rates. However, like th...
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  • Which Boston Neighborhoods Have The Fastest Rising Rents?
    To residents here, it’s no surprise that Boston rents are expensive. But how do Boston’s own neighborhoods stack up against each other? Real estate site Zumper released a new report this week that mapped Boston neighborhood rent prices, and the picture, unsurprisingly, isn’t too pretty.
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  • Robotics And Fulfillment Centers Are Reshaping Retail — And Cities Could Be Next
    I just learned that my underwear, my mattress, and most of my wardrobe all came from the same place. I didn’t purchase them from a one-stop, big-box retailer, but from a no-stop, small-box room—my bedroom, to be specific (from my bed to be more precise). All I had to do was open up a web page, pick, click, and then wait as my underwear, my mattress, and most of my wardrobe were shipped...
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  • Q2 2017 Affordable Housing Trends
    National vacancies for Affordable Housing remained rock bottom tight at 1.7% in the second quarter, with national asking rent growth rising by a strong 1.0%. The top five affordable markets in terms of asking rent growth for the quarter include Colorado Springs, Seattle, Lexington, Providence, and Oakland/East Bay – it will be noted that LIHTC properties in Providence and Oakland/East ...
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  • Q2 2017 Student Housing Trends
    We appear to have reached a curious equilibrium for Student Housing properties, at least when it comes to some subtypes. First, we’d like to remind you that Reis presents Fall over Fall figures for Student Housing, so these levels and changes represent what we may see in Fall 2017 over the next few months. We are expecting properties that rent by the Bed to open in Fall 2017 at a relat...
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  • Q2 2017 Seniors Housing Trends
    We saw some improvements in vacancy for Senior Housing properties during the second quarter, with the aggregate vacancy rate falling to 8.3% – though that represents only a 10 basis point decline, it is still a welcome improvement given the flatness of the first quarter of 2017.
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  • Q2 2017 Self Storage Trends
    Much like seasonality in the apartment sector, the second quarter returned with savage strength for Self Storage, with occupancies improving by 120 basis points to finish the period at 90.3%. First quarter weakness had the industry worried slightly, compounded alongside strong supply growth – but second quarter strength suggests that we may end the year relatively well for this propert...
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  • Q2 2017 Industrial Trends
    Flex/R&D properties had vacancies plummet (in relative terms) by 30 basis points, to end the second quarter at 10.5%. Effective rents increased by 0.6%, with metros like San Francisco, Denver, San Jose, San Diego and Oakland/East Bay driving the numbers.
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  • Top and Bottom Industrial Markets
    Top 5 Warehouse/Distribution Markets by Effective Revenue Growth Percent Change from Q2 2016 to Q2 2017 1. Kansas City: 6.0% 2. Fort Lauderdale: 6.0% 3. Atlanta: 5.5% 4. Oakland / East Bay: 5.0% 5. San Jose: 4.9%
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  • Some Apartment Markets Are Facing Challenges
    New York City The rents in New York City are barely growing. Revenue growth was close to zero over the 12 months that ended in mid-2017. “So not terrible, but very little rent growth,” says Barbara Denham, senior economist with research firm Reis Inc.

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