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Richard Barkham interview with CNBC
25 Jun 15

Will Brexit Hurt UK's Property Sector?

Richard Barkham, Global Chief Economist, CBRE, speaks on the outlook of the property market.

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CBRE's Elizabeth Herzberg discusses New York City's Internet Week.
19 May 15

Internet Week NY Encourages Tech Companies to Set Up Shop in NYC

CBRE's Elizabeth Herzberg discusses New York City's Internet Week.

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CNBC Interview with Frank Chen
18 May 15

CNBC | Interview with Frank Chen

Frank Chen, says a relaxation of tax rules and down payment requirements, alongside policy easing measures, helped to stabilize China's property market.

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CBRE's Randy Harrell on Nightly Business Report
29 April 15

CNBC | Interview with Bob Sulentic

CBRE’s Bob Sulentic discusses CBRE and the commercial real estate market.

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 Global News

 
02 Jul 15

CBRE Global Investors closes U.S. Value-Added Fund with More Than $1.3 Billion of Equity Commitments

CBRE Global Investors today announced the final closing of CBRE Strategic Partners U.S. Value 7, L.P., with equity commitments of more than $1.3 billion from 26 institutional investors in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.Read More

24 Jun 15

CBRE Study Finds Significant Gap Between Large And Small Office Buildings In Green Adoption In The U.S.Read More

18 Jun 15

London Remains World’s Most Expensive Office Market; Asia Accounts For Four Of The Top Five, CBRE Group Reports Read More

16 Jun 15

CBRE Debuts New Online Magazine “Blueprint”Read more

 

 Global Research Gateway

 
02 Jul 15

Capital value growth continues to outpace rental growth

researchGLOBAL RENT AND CAPITAL VALUE INDICES MARKETVIEW | Q1 2015
Capital and rental values grew across all regions and property sectors during Q1 2015, with capital values once again growing at a faster pace than rents.

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