By Wyatt Avery on December 19th, 2019
U.S. commercial property prices rose at the fastest annual pace since early 2018 in November, the latest RCA CPPI summary report shows. The US National All-Property Index increased 8.7% from a year ago and 1.0% from October.
Several property types registered the strongest annual gains of the year so far in November. Industrial price growth quickened to 13.6% year-over-year, CBD office to 6.7% and apartment to 9.3%. Even retail price growth accelerated, though it is still the weakest of the major property types at just 3.4% year-over-year.
Prices are continuing to climb even as there’s a lull in deal activity into the end of the year. This combination suggests that owners and potential buyers are moving apart on price expectations, with those transactions that do close involving more motivated buyers. The latest US Capital Trends report, also released this week, shows that all the major property types registered double-digit deal volume declines in November versus a year ago.
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