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Eyes on Where Beijing, Shanghai Office Prices Go Next

Benjamin Chow / April 6th, 2020

The trajectories of office pricing in Beijing and Shanghai offer us a potential glimpse into the...

Price Recovery and Liquidity Parallels From the GFC

Tom Leahy / April 2nd, 2020

Manhattan has proven to be the most liquid market globally and despite logging a peak-to-trough office price...

Cheer in Short Supply for UK’s Retail Sector

Tom Leahy / December 17th, 2019

The news surrounding one of the U.K.’s biggest property funds halting redemptions rounds out a torrid year for the sector... 

Top 15 Global Office Markets Chart Different Paths

Simon Mallinson / November 26th, 2019

Offices, in aggregate, remain the number one choice for property investors around the world. So far...

Overseas Investors Turn to Japan’s #2 Market

Benjamin Chow / September 23rd, 2019

The share of overseas investment has risen steadily, to 40% in the first half of 2019, helping to push overall investment volume...

Rent Control Is Pushing Up US Apartment Cap Rates

Jim Costello / September 10th, 2019

Investors and lenders are repricing assets in markets where rent control exists or is being introduced...

Chart: Waning Momentum of European Office Markets

Tom Leahy / September 9th, 2019

High pricing, political uncertainties and slowing economic growth have taken a toll on Europe’s office...

Industrial Price Growth, Rarely in Lockstep, Is Now

Jim Costello / August 30th, 2019

Industrial property prices have grown faster than inflation across the Americas over the last three quarters. This sort of coordinated growth does not...

US Interest Rates on Wild Ride, Cap Rates Not So Much

Jim Costello / July 18th, 2019

Interest rates have been on a wild ride over the last year, but cap rates nationally have not. A national trend is one thing, but what matters for commercial real estate investors is what is happening...

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