CompStak presented its latest data and insights on the industrial market in SoCal in AIR CRE’s Q3 2022 Research Insights webinar. This market has charted some of the fastest rent growth in the industrial sector nationwide; what are the market stats showing as we approach the end of 2022 amid mixed economic signals?
Manhattan’s Third Avenue corridor has faced rising availability, declining face rents and departing tenants before the pandemic began. Now as tenants flock to newer buildings and demand remains in flux in an era of hybrid work, what is the future of the Third Avenue office market? Among CompStak’s findings.
CompStak presents four CRE trends to watch during this period of rising “IRE” based on CompStak’s best in class industrial and office lease transaction data. This week we are covering two trends in the office market.
CompStak presents CRE trends to watch during this period of rising “IRE” based on CompStak’s best in class industrial and office lease transaction data. This week we are covering two trends in the industrial market.
The commercial property sector is leveraging technology to make life easier and improve outcomes for CRE professionals, brokers, appraisers, and investors. Whether it’s more efficient prospecting, deal making, management, or investing, commercial real estate proptech successfully optimizes processes and increases profits.
Multifamily is the stable cornerstone of the commercial real estate sector. During this time of economic uncertainty, it is useful to reexamine the assumptions underlying the multifamily market and assess whether multifamily has become a more or less desirable asset.
K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE, CCIM and Red Shoe Economics present the latest state of the economy and vital stats at mid-year in 2022. This is the first blog in a two-part series previewing our September 15, 2022 Webinar – “CRE Headwinds – Rising “IRE”: Inflation, Rates, and Employment Cuts”.
In the post-pandemic era, office space quality is king — tenants are seeking and signing onto better buildings and nicer spaces, especially in New York City. CompStak’s analysis covered the robust increase in work values since the end of 2019.