Monthly Archives: February 2013
ORANGE COUNTY-With new workplace demands, more employees in smaller spaces, being one. Both workers and employers need to adapt and, in Emily Watkins’ view be “flexible.” This week, the vice president corporate client development at JLL took some time to … Continue reading
CBRE‘s “13 Trends for 2013” Report Also Sees Aging Population Driving Multi-Housing Investment and Growing E-Commerce Transforming Supply Chains Los Angeles, February 20, 2013 – The increase in domestic energy exploration and production will spur office investment opportunities in U.S. markets … Continue reading
Commercial real estate continues to improve at a moderate pace, much in line with our previous forecast update from six months ago. The office market enjoyed “11 consecutive quarters of occupancy growth and eight straight quarters of rent increases,” according to the Jones … Continue reading
Investors Giving Private Equity Real Estate Funds a Second Look – CoStar Group.
By Roben Farzad Should you look at housing as a (good) investment? For the love of five years of foreclosures, bank failures, and congressional testimonies, have we learned nothing? Bobcats and coyotes, after all, were taking over condemned houses with antifreeze-green pools. … Continue reading
The latest report from Dallas-based Axiometrics spells out some positive data for 2013 job growth and rental revenue increases. But not all metros have such a bright outlook this year. Last year, the West was the best. The only cities to … Continue reading