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US Recessions Don’t Always Hurt the Same

Jim Costello / October 10th, 2019

Looking back at previous recessions, the one that is the best parallel to the imbalances at play in the current market...

Chart: Cap Rates of US Grocery Retailers

Alexis Maltin / October 7th, 2019

Cap rates across the spectrum of U.S. grocery tenants vary widely, with assets occupied by specific retailers trading...

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...

Spotlight on the US Self Storage Sector

Alexis Maltin / September 5th, 2019

The U.S. self storage sector, typically dominated by REITs and private capital, has been attracting institutional investors...

Spotlight on the US Medical Office Sector

Jim Costello / August 12th, 2019

The U.S. medical office sector recovered in the second quarter, following a sharp drop in growth seen during the first three months of 2019. However, the headline figures are a bit misleading

Signals on Investment Activity in Hong Kong

Petra Blazkova / July 3rd, 2019

A little over a year ago the Hong Kong commercial property market was in record-setting mode. Transaction volume reached an all-time high, boosted by...

US Student Housing Prices Have Never Been Higher

Jim Costello / June 26th, 2019

Prices for U.S. student housing investments have never been higher. The forces propelling prices to such high levels are varied, with some help...

Seoul Neck and Neck with Tokyo in 2018: RCA

Petra Blazkova / February 1st, 2019

Seoul recorded its strongest year for commercial real estate activity ever in 2018 and is tied with Tokyo in the rankings of the largest Asia Pacific...

RCA Insights: Most Popular of 2018

Simon Mallinson / January 2nd, 2019

There was no shortage of action in global commercial real estate in 2018 and the expert authors at Real Capital Analytics provided key commentaries on what was happening – and why. The following articles...

Asia Pacific Loses Strength in Q3: RCA Report

Petra Blazkova / November 7th, 2018

Transaction activity in Asia Pacific lost strength in the third quarter of 2018, with China and Japan registering drops in deal volume, the latest edition of Asia Pacific Capital Trends shows. In several...

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