Are Industrial Developers Heading Toward Overbuilding?
A recent paper from NAIOP predicts lower absorption over the next two years, but it’s unclear if industrial developers are taking heed. Industrial users are expected to absorb about half... View Article
CoreLogic says U.S. home-price gains will accelerate through 2020
CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft said the pace of home-price gains will quicken over the next 12 months as low mortgage rates give buyers the ability to pay more for... View Article
The Seven Deadly Sins of CRE Investment – Globe St.
Buying a CRE asset above its value or at a low cap rate is rarely a route to a successful transaction.
Does the Spike in Net Lease Office Acquisitions Signal Waning Confidence in Economy? – NREI
Investment sales volume on net lease office properties rose considerably in the second quarter.
California Passes Statewide Rent Control – MHN
California Passes Statewide Rent Control. California is set to become the second state in the U.S. to implement statewide rent control measures.
More Than Half of College Graduates Are Moving in with Parents, Instead of Renting, Survey Finds – NREI
With apartment rents continuing to rise, Generation Z members are more likely to move back home than to their own apartment.
Does an Inverted Yield Curve Spell Doom for CRE? – Globe St.
On Wednesday the yield curve inverted—that is, yields on two-year Treasury bonds were higher than those on the ten-year bonds
Is Multifamily Overbuilding? – ALN Apartment Data, Inc.
Is multifamily overbuilding? What has been the effect of this new supply? Are we approaching an overbuild threshold?
The Fed’s Interest Rate Cut Could Boost Industrial Sales. Or Disrupt Them. – NREI
The Fed cut the federal funds interest rate Wednesday by a quarter of a percentage point to about 2.25 percent to protect the U.S. economy from an economic slowdown. As justification for the first rate cut since the height of the Great Recession, the Fed cited concerns over the slowing global economy and trade war with China.
Top 10 Cities for Industrial Real Estate Sales Growth – Portland is 8th! – CoStar
Industrial real estate has been booming with the rise of e-commerce. After all, products bought online have to come from a warehouse somewhere.
Appealing To Millennial Renters Who Wish To Remain Child-Free And Mortgage-Free – Forbes
If you own or manage rental properties, your ideal tenant is likely a young, gainfully employed person who plans to rent long-term. Luckily for you, this dream occupant comprises one of the largest renting demographics: millennials.
Portland’s biggest construction projects right now – The Oregonian
Portland’s construction boom has slowed, but it still feels like there are cranes everywhere. Indeed, there are 60 or so developments under construction valued at $10 million or more. They... View Article
Speed Bumps Ahead for Industrial Assets Don’t Diminish Investor Appetite – NREI
Slowing economic growth, trade wars and a pipeline that is delivering new supply to the market may force investors to adjust return expectations for industrial properties, but it doesn’t appear to be putting much of a dent in buyer demand.
Portland to Land Pacific Northwest’s First Ritz-Carlton Hotel – CoStar
The Pacific Northwest's first ever Ritz-Carlton hotel is coming to Portland, Oregon.
A ‘new normal’ for multifamily projects – DJC Oregon
Portland’s inclusionary housing rules exempt buildings with fewer than 20 units. For larger buildings, developers must provide a proportional amount of apartments at rents affordable to people who earn less than either 60 percent or 80 percent of the Portland area’s median income, or pay a fee in lieu.