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    Impact of the Tax Reform & Jobs Act

    Tax Reform & Jobs Act: Impact on the Apartment Market

    The Tax Reform and Jobs Act signed at the end of 2017 was groundbreaking in several ways. The biggest change – the elimination of state and local tax deductions – led many pundits to speculate that residents of high-tax states such as New York and California would move to lower tax states such as Texas and Florida. Another provision – doubling the standard deduction – partly erased an incentive for buying a home as those securing a mortgage below a threshold of $400,000 would find their new mortgage interest deduction was both below the standard deduction AND subject to a cap of $10,000. Buying a home is still a worthy lifelong goal for many, but the changes to tax deductions upended the rent vs. buy equation overnight…

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    Impact of the Tax Reform and Jobs Act on CRE

    Senior Economist Barbara Byrne Denham discusses the Tax Reform & Jobs act of 2017, exploring its importance, impact on the economy, and effect on the CRE market.


    Q2 2019 Capital Markets Briefing

    The stock market has reeled with the daily updates to the escalating trade war. Much of the market’s fevered sentiment has been driven by anecdotal updates. The numbers on the economy, however, tell a calmer story. Job growth, retail sales and other GDP indicators remain positive, even healthy. Against this backdrop of conflicting information, how has the property sales market fared? How have cap rates moved given the drop in interest rates? And what about the inversion in the yield curve?

    We will discuss these and other topics during the REIS Capital Markets Briefing, scheduled for next Wednesday, August 28th, at 2 PM ET. During the 30-minute conference call, REIS Senior Economist Barbara Byrne Denham will summarize second quarter transaction activity and review how cap rates have moved over this period for the four main property types: Apartment, Office, Retail, and Industrial. Join us!

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    Rent Trends

    Apartment Top & Bottom Markets

    Apartment market effective rent growth rankings, updated for Q2.

    Top 5

    • Phoenix (6.9%)
    • Albuquerque (6.7%)
    • Knoxville (6.6%)
    • Chicago (6.4%)
    • Charlotte (6.3%)
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    Office Market Trends Report

    Rent Trends

    Office Top & Bottom Markets

    Office market effective rent growth rankings, updated for Q2.

    Top 5

    • Seattle (4.7%)
    • San Francisco (4.5%)
    • Raleigh-Durham (4.0%)
    • Wichita (4.0%)
    • Charlotte (3.9%)
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    Retail Top & Bottom Markets

    Retail market effective rent growth rankings, updated for Q2.

    Top 5

    • Tacoma (5.2%)
    • Orlando (4.5%)
    • Columbus (4.3%)
    • Colorado Springs (4.0%)
    • Chattanooga (3.8%)
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    Rent Trends

    Warehouse/Distribution Top & Bottom Markets

    Industrial market effective rent growth rankings, updated for Q2.

    Top 5

    • Richmond (5.2%)
    • Suburban Virginia (4.7%)
    • Fort Worth (4.6%)
    • Orlando (4.5%)
    • Columbus (4.4%)
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