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Q2 2019 Capital Market Briefing

Capital Markets | Market Updates

REIS Senior Economist Barbara Bryne Denham summarizes the latest quarterly trends in transaction activity and cap rate trends, as well as the current outlook for credit markets and mortgage performance.

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Q2 2019 Quarterly Briefing

Market Updates | Videos

REIS Chief Economist Dr. Victor Calanog summarizes second quarter 2019 trends in macroeconomic developments and property fundamentals.

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JPMorgan Chase: Fed Cuts Interest Rates to Sustain Expansion

Current Events | Published Articles | Reis in the News

The Federal Reserve lowered interest rates by 25 basis points at its meeting today—bringing the target range to 2 to 2.25 percent. Find out what this means for commercial real estate investors.

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Ten Years of Economic Growth


An analysis of the economy’s performance over the last ten years and how commercial real estate fundamentals and financing have performed over that period.

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U.S. Commercial Real Estate Quarterly Review Q1 2018

Apartment | Industrial | Market Updates | Office | Retail

The broader U.S. commercial real estate market for 2018 improved steadily in the first quarter as the occupied stock remains in the black – even in retail. The summary statistics, however, mostly show rising vacancies due to high levels of construction that exceeded net absorption.

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Self-Storage Sector Limbo | America’s Commercial Real Estate Show

Reis in the News | Self Storage

Reis in the News By Michael Bull Source: America’s Commercial Real Estate Show – Self-Storage Sector Limbo Reis Senior Economist, Barbara Byrne Denham, talks with Michael Bull during America’s Commercial Real Estate Show to share her insights about how elevated new supply and rising interest rates are impacting property level performance and valuations for the Self Storage … Continued

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OC Register – You need to earn almost $168K a year to afford typical O.C. house

Apartment | Multifamily | Published Articles | Reis in the News

You need to be making at least six figures to afford the typical existing house for sale in Los Angeles and Orange counties and more than $72,000 a year to afford the typical Inland Empire house.

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Job-Growth Patterns Offer Insights Into Occupancy Trends

Published Articles

Much has been written about millennials and their risk aversion to buying a home over the last decade. Many live with their parents for an extended period, well beyond that of previous generations.

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