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    Reis is the leading commercial real estate data source in the nation, providing an advantage to any firm that has debt or equity exposure across capital markets. Reis delivers sophisticated solutions that streamline deal flow for enhanced efficiencies across every facet of the CRE industry.


    The Pros and Cons of Rent Regulation

    What Do Current Rent Regulation Policies Really Mean?

    Recently, several states have enacted or proposed new forms of rent regulation to address rapidly accelerating housing costs. This white paper delves into the fine details of these enacted rent regulation policies and analyzes how they will impact their respective apartment markets.

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    Measuring the Effect of WeWork

    Chief Economist Victor Calanog, PhD and Economic Associate Keegan Kelly discusses Moody’s Analytics REIS’ most recent analysis measuring the effect of WeWork on nearby properties.

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    Join Us for the Q3 2019 Capital Briefing

    Please join us on Wednesday, November 20th for the Q3 2019 Capital Markets Briefing conference call. Barbara Bryne Denham, Senior Economist at Moody’s Analytics REIS, will summarize the latest quarterly trends in transaction activity and cap rate trends, as well as the current outlook for credit markets and mortgage performance.

    Wednesday, November 20th @ 2 PM EST

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    Rent Trends

    Apartment Preliminary Trends

    Preliminary Q3 2019 results for the national apartment sector.

    Top 5

    • Phoenix (+6.9%)
    • Charlotte (+6.8%)
    • Miami (+6.6%)
    • Colorado Springs (+6.4%)
    • Raleigh-Durham (+6.0%)
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    Office Preliminary Trends

    Preliminary Q3 2019 results for the national office sector.

    Top 5

    • Austin (+4.8%)
    • Los Angeles (+4.5%)
    • Seattle (+4.4%)
    • Raleigh-Durham (+4.3%)
    • Tampa-St. Petersburg (+4.0%)
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    Retail Preliminary Trends

    Preliminary Q3 2019 results for the national retail sector.

    Top 5

    • Nashville (+3.8%)
    • Raleigh-Durham (+3.0%)
    • Houston (+2.9%)
    • Orlando (+2.8%)
    • Greenville (+2.6%)
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