Report: Measuring the Effect of WeWork

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WeWork’s growing presence in several major cities prompts questions about its effect on neighborhoods. In this paper, we examine WeWork’s effect on the performance of nearby commercial properties.

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Best of Las Vegas – The Mercer Opens as Las Vegas Luxury Rental Complex

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In fall 2006, developers of The Mercer said their suburban Las Vegas condo project would have a modern flair and be “a hot property.” But the economy later crashed and The Mercer was lost to foreclosure — just another unfinished zombie project blighting the valley during the recession.

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Los Angeles Multifamily Rents Hit New Highs for 2017

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Reis in the News By Matt Maison Source: Arbor – Los Angeles Multifamily Rents Hit New Highs for 2017, Class B/C Vacancies Decrease Los Angeles remained one of the more sought-after multifamily markets in the U.S. during 2017, as rent growth and investment volume ranked near the top nationally. The vacancy rate also remained low, … Continued

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After a flat year

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Reis in the News By Tim Logan Source: Boston Globe – After a Flat Year, Greater Boston’s Rents are Starting to Rise Again With the spring real estate market blooming, rents in Greater Boston are again accelerating, though it’s not yet clear if that’s a blip or a longer-term trend. New figures from several real … Continued

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Arbor – U.S. Multifamily Year in Review 2017 – Still Going Strong

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Reis in the News By Matt Maison Source: Arbor – U.S. Multifamily Year in Review 2017 – Still Going Strong The U.S. multifamily market continued to post strong results during 2017. Rent growth slowed, although remained healthy, and appears to have peaked in 2015. Despite a high volume of new supply, vacancy increased only slightly … Continued

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The rent is still too high! But there’s some good news

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Reis in the News By Tim Logan Source: The Boston Globe – The Rent Is Still Too High! But There’s Some Good News Rents are still rising in Greater Boston, but not as quickly as they were a couple of years ago. The opening of new apartment buildings in the region has helped to blunt … Continued

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Vacancy Uptick Seen As Apt. Deliveries Continue

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Reis in the News By Paul Bubny Source: GlobeSt – Vacancy Uptick Seen As Apt Deliveries Continue “This year, and next year, are going to be banner years for supply growth,” says Victor Calanog, chief economist with Reis. Even as multifamily remains the strongest commercial property sector by a variety of metrics, including investment sales volume, … Continued

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U.S. Homeownership Rises Slightly in Latest Quarter

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Reis in the News By Laura Kusisto Source: WSJ – U.S. Homeownership Rises Slightly in Latest Quarter The homeownership rate inched up in the last several months to the highest level since 2014, as more households are finding a way to buy homes despite limited supply and rising prices. The homeownership rate climbed to 63.9% … Continued

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