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  • Lending Trends with NAR's George Ratiu

    Michael Bull, CCIM

    The National Association of Realtors recently released their 2017 Commercial Lending Tends Survey. I spoke with George Ratiu, Director Quantitative & Commercial Research with NAR, about the survey results and his opinions. While overall the U.S. investme…

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  • Don’t Worry, Retail Is Gonna Be Alright

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update Contrary to the rumors, the retail sector isn’t being ruined by e-commerce. In Q2 2017, vacancy increased only slightly from 9.9% to 10.0% for neighborhood and community centers and this increase is attributable to new c…

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  • Office Expansion Going at Same Slow Pace as Recovery, While Metros Show Strength

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update The current expansion is now seven quarters longer than the previous expansion, according to REIS’ Q2 2017 Office Trends report.  It’s not that there’s nothing to report, it’s just more of what REIS calls the same “lackl…

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  • Multifamily Isn’t Scared of New Supply

    U.S. and Atlanta Multifamily Q2 Market Update Any concerns that a strengthening housing market could negatively affect an oversupplied multifamily market can be put to bed. As housing prices soar, more and more people continue to rent. As we report…

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  • The Trump Card: Expectation vs. Reality

    Michael Bull, CCIM

    Our new administration is ambitious to say the least. I recently spoke with George Ratiu, Director Quantitative & Commercial Research with NAR, on The Commercial Real Estate Show about commercial lending trends. With Donald Trump as President and a Repub…

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  • Industrial Still Riding That Wave

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update Q1 2017 The industrial sector maintains its status as an investor favorite. Nationally, the vacancy rate declined for both Warehouse/Distribution and Flex/R&D. Net absorption was not as strong as the last two quarters bu…

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