Central London Offices Come Back After Worst Ever Quarter

Tom Leahy / December 10th, 2020

London remains the number one destination for new entrants to European...

Hedging Cost Hurdle Eases for German Capital Into the US

Jim Costello / October 8th, 2020

Cap rates for office properties in the 6 Major Metros are now higher...

The US Market for Hotel Properties Is Frozen

Jim Costello / May 20th, 2020

Hotel sector investment activity was already spinning downward even before the economic crisis wrought...

Valuing US Apartments in the Midst of COVID-19

Jim Costello / April 7th, 2020

Debt challenges mean that apartment cap rates may not be as sheltered as they were during the last...

A Fantastic Decade for US Commercial Real Estate

Jim Costello / January 16th, 2020

While 2019 sputtered to a close with tepid deal volume, the last decade overall has been fantastic...

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

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