RCA Insights

US Commercial Property Prices Stay Firm in March

By on April 23rd, 2020

Annual growth in U.S. commercial property prices crept higher in March, with the transactions that closed in the month not yet reflecting the health crisis that has shuttered the economy, the latest RCA CPPI summary report shows. The US National All-Property Index gained 7.2% from a year ago and 0.7% from February.

Apartment property prices rose 11.0% year-over-year, the fastest rate of growth for this sector since late 2018. Price growth for offices quickened, while retail was little changed. The pace of price gains in the industrial sector eased further.

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Wyatt Avery

Wyatt Avery joined Real Capital Analytics in 2016. He is a senior analyst in New York, specializing in cross-border capital flows and the RCA CPPI. He is a leader on several US-focused publications.