Q4 2020: Separating the signal from the noise
While the commercial real estate market continues to cope with impacts of the pandemic, we outline performance expectations for key sectors and dig into the dispersion created by this environment.
Q3 2020: Divergent roads
After a decade of strong performance in which property prices more than doubled, the commercial real estate market, like many other markets across the globe, was halted in its tracks by the pandemic.
Q2 2020: A storm rolls in
The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented dislocation in economic activity. We assess the current economic reality, the state of the CRE market as it entered this crisis, and what we’re watching as we progress through it.
Q1 2020: Mirroring the broader economy
Strong labor markets, solid consumption growth and low interest rates continue to support the commercial real estate market.
Q4 2019: CRE amid a dimmer outlook
Lower interest rates provided a tailwind for commercial real estate markets in Q3, and particularly for CRE debt markets.
Midyear 2019: Coasting at the speed limit
Solid fundamentals supporting the CRE market are driving price growth – but at a slower pace than in years past.