|Happy New Year?
History may view 2012 as the year where little changed. Globally, investor caution prevailed, with prime assets in major CBDs and liquid markets remaining the focus of global capital as economic uncertainty continued.
Following the biggest retailing week in the US calendar—which encompasses both Black Friday and Cyber Monday—we speak to members of our global retail team in our latest edition of Watch This Space.
CBRE's Ray Torto, Global Chief Economist, and Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, discuss the outcome of the recent U.S. elections and the likely impact of Washington, D.C. policy decisions - including resolution of the so-called fiscal cliff - on commercial real estate.
Primary & Secondary Education (Part 1)
Part one of our latest video CBRE experts discuss the polarizing fortunes of prime and secondary real estate – where will this lead and can opportunities be found?
Primary & Secondary Education (Part 2)
Part two of our latest video CBRE experts discuss the polarizing fortunes of prime and secondary real estate – where will this lead and can opportunities be found?
High Tech—The Space Invaders
CBRE's Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, and Andrew Hallissey, Head of Client Solutions, Global Corporate Services, EMEA, discuss the impact that high tech companies are having on real estate sector across different geographies and how this might evolve.
Olympic Games: Gold for Host Cities?
Watched by the world, the 2012 Olympics opened in London on Friday. The event throws a spotlight on the host city for the duration of the Games. But what happens after the athletes leave – what is the true long term impact of hosting the Games?
Greek Election Aftermath
CBRE’s Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, and Graham Barnes, Senior Director, Real Estate Finance, based in London, discuss the impact of the recent Greek elections, and the ongoing Eurozone financial difficulties generally, on commercial real estate.