NAR’s latest Commercial Real Estate Outlook offers overall projections for four major commercial sectors and analyzes quarterly data in the office, industrial, retail and multifamily markets. Historic data for metro areas were provided by REIS, Inc., a source of commercial real estate performance information.
List of Markets Covered
The Commercial Real Estate Outlook includes statistics on 54 of the nation’s largest markets.
As the business of real estate is increasingly conducted on-line, NAR supports efforts to ensure that broadband providers adhere to net neutral practices to ensure that real estate content may be freely and efficiently distributed online. The new rules are a victory for consumers, and for REALTORS® who embrace technology and online resources to meet the needs of their clients. Read more here.
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The Missouri Partnership has appointed Steven Johnson as its new Chief Executive Officer. Johnson will start in April and his background includes serving as the Executive Vice President of Economic Development for the St. Louis Regional Chamber. Read more here.
Commercial Expectations and Market Realities in 2015
Economists expect a generally healthy U.S. economy in 2015. With respect to commercial real estate, interest rates are still low and volume and pricing have seen steady increases. Read this throughout report, provided by NAR, for more information on today’s market. This includes the economic outlook, capital markets, and highlights and expectations for the five major property sectors (office, industrial, retail, apartment, and hotel).