03 Dec 13
PRIME RETAIL RENT GROWTH STABILIZING ACROSS KEY GLOBAL MARKETS
CBRE monitors prime retail rents in 97 markets across the world on a quarterly basis and ranks them on a U.S. dollar per square foot per annum basis. In Q3 2013, there was little change in the top rankings, with global and hot growth markets continuing to lead the list.
23 Oct 13
GLOBAL SHOPPING CENTRE YIELD BENCHMARK: EMERGING MARKETS
Insight into key drivers behind pricing and investment-decision making across 27 emerging shopping centre markets.
03 Oct 13
THE OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN CRE
Amid stronger signs of growth for the U.S. and global economy, the Federal Reserve will, at some point, begin to taper its quantitative easing program, which will result in a long-term increase in interest rates.
28 Aug 13
GLOBAL RETAIL INDICES LEAD THE RECOVERY
The Global Retail Rent Index led the three property types in terms of recovery, and it’s the only global index to have expanded beyond its pre-crisis peak level—by 16.5% as of Q2 2013.
27 Aug 13
Across each property sector, the limited supply of prime assets served to further support ongoing prime yield compression. The Global Retail Capital Value Index led the three property types, logging 1.8% and 6.0% quarterly and annual growth, respectively.
14 Aug 13
TOKYO AND HONG KONG SHOW RENT GROWTH
The most expensive global industrial markets showed little change in Q2 2013 in terms of prime rent ranking. Rents in eight of the top 10 most expensive markets were stable during Q2 2013, with rental valuesgrowing in Tokyo and Hong Kong.
27 Jun 13
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE IN A QE WORLD
Investors should anticipate that, eventually, the world’s central banks will have to stop and reverse quantitative easing (QE). While QE is still being implemented, the U.S. Federal Reserve has signaled that it may stop the policy, depending on U.S. economic conditions.
24 Jun 13
PRIME OFFICE OCCUPANCY COSTS
On a year-over-year basis, the rate of growth in prime office occupancy costs slowed, up a modest 1.4% globally in Q1 2013, compared with 2.1% in Q3 2012. The slowdown was a result of slower global economic growth as well as significant expense management and cost control, footprint consolidation, and more efficient workplace design by occupiers.
22 May 13
GLOBAL OFFICE CAPITAL MARKETS SHINE
Global office property values continued to improve during Q1 2013, rising by 0.9%, while global office rents remained stable for the period. Office property appreciation during the quarter accentuates the strong risk-adjusted returns that commercial real estate offers. The availability of such returns, in contrast to lower-yielding investment alternatives, continues to create intense competition for prime assets.
21 May 13
Our annual global examination of retailer presence and expansion surveys major international retailers across 208 cities in 60 countries and records the evolution of the global retail market. In response to the growing range of retailers crossing borders we have measured all the international retailers entering each market in 2012, providing a more complete view of the cities and countries that retailers are targeting.