Monthly Archives: August 2017

Cap Rates: The Story’s In The Details

While some segments and classes saw greater compression or expansion, generally speaking “there was limited movement in cap rates” during the first six months of this year, says CBRE’s Spencer Levy. LOS ANGELES—The cap rate story for the first half … Continue reading

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Why High-Net-Worth Investors Seek Increased Real Estate Allocations

Commercial real estate has been used effectively in ultra-high-net-worth (HNW) and family office portfolios as a means to enhance yield in a return‑starved market. This enhanced yield has not been lost on the greater institutional marketplace, however, where sovereign wealth funds, … Continue reading

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Job Growth Decline + Peak Apartment Supply = Rent Growth Drop

The correlation between job growth and effective rent growth is well-known. But if you needed further proof, it came in the most recent jobs numbers – not to mention the influx of new apartment supply, apartment rental data shows. National … Continue reading

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