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  • Office: Q4 Demand Strongest to End 2016

    U.S. AND ATLANTA MARKET UPDATE We made it through the election year! Politics aside, the results of the election have garnered positive indicators. “Both the economy and the labor market have picked up considerably since the first quarter and confiden…

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  • Land & Development Q4 Market Update

    Construction spending during December 2015 was estimated at an annual rate of $1,116.6 billion according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. This figure is 8.2% above the December 2014 estimate. “The value of construction in 2015 was $1,096.3 billion, 10…

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  • Certain Metros Fare Well in Retail Recovery to End 2016

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update The retail recovery has been so fragmented that it’s almost impossible to use the big picture to tell the story. To really tell the story, you should look at the individual metros over all of 2016, not just Q4. Nationall…

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  • Tax Credits: That’s What the Hype’s About!

    Michael Bull, CCIM

    Recently on The Commercial Real Estate Show, I spoke with several experts about tax credits and other tax incentives to power your business.

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  • Construction “On Pause” Until Election Dust Settles

    U.S. and Atlanta Land & Development Q3 Market Update Q3 marked a trend for new construction – namely, there’s less of it. “Developers are likely to pick up the shovel and commence new projects closer to the end of the year or the beginning of 2017 onc…

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  • Industrial: Let’s Give ‘Em Something to Talk About

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update Q3 2016 While Q3 performance alone may not be anything to brag about for the industrial market, it remains the golden child for investors. Industrial has the most favorable outlook among all sectors, due to an ever-evolv…

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  • Retail Recovery Reveals New Trends

    Q3 2016 U.S. Market Update Over the past two years, we have seen many trends cropping up for the retail sector’s current recovery. Chief among them, the disparity between malls and neighborhood and community centers. And within the mall subsector, a d…

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  • How Can A Single Tenant Buyer Stand Out?

    Ask Nancy QUESTION: Nancy, "With so many buyers vying for quality single tenant properties, what advice do you have so that I can be put at the top of the list over other buyers?" - Rich in Brooklyn, NY ANSWER:  Rich, That is a great qu…

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  • Office Market Shows Long-term Potential

    Q3 2016 U.S. and Atlanta Market Update Like a promising high-school football recruit, the office market simply hasn’t reached its full potential during this recovery “season.” Nationally, Q3 2016 performance was a little lackluster. However, in the lo…

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  • Multifamily Q3 2016: Developers Stop Sprinting

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update It seems developers are finally reacting to the high volumes of construction we’ve been seeing for multifamily. Over the last 12 months, the total number of units completed was 193,660, which is a decline from Q2’s 12-mo…

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