Do you have an upcoming lease that is going to expire within the next 18 months? Planning for your next lease expiration takes time and the planning process can give you an edge. See the full blog post to understand why you need to plan so far in advance.
Trying to save money for your company? Our latest macro forecast will give you an edge by shedding light on how things are shaping up for 2017 and into 2018. This article should be helpful to both Corporations and Investors/Users looking to make thoughtful and calculated real estate decisions over the next 12-18 months.
Despite an intense domestic political environment, the U.S. economy and the property markets continue to perform well. Click on the link to see the whole post and the attached report.
The US economy and property markets withstood a very turbulent 2016 and they are positioned to perform well in 2017. See the rest of the post and our National Forecast Report for January 2017.
So the elections are final. We have a new president. Take a look at our report to see how this might play out for the commercial real estate markets in the upcoming years.
Cushman & Wakefield published the U.S. Macro Forecast this month with promising news. Many key factors in the overall health of our economy are pointing to U.S. GDP growth accelerating. As an intelligent tenant, I always recommend you meet with a broker at least 12-14 months prior to your lease expiration. In today’s climate you can expect to find fewer options available to you, rents that are higher than what you are currently paying and longer term requirements from landlords, 3-5 years at a minimum.
The new Cushman & Wakefield, a global leader in commercial real estate services, has successfully completed the merger between Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ. The new Cushman & Wakefield draws on the best of both legacy organizations to create one of the world’s largest real estate services firms.
Whether you are a tenant or a buyer, you have challenges. As the markets continue to improve it feels like we need to hunt more to find good opportunities for our clients. Net Operating Income for commercial real estate is on the rise which is one more indicator of a improving market place where values are rising.
DTZ hosted our annual State of Real Estate event in San Francisco again this year. Chief Economist, Kevin Thorpe, shared his research, data and forecast for 2015 both nationally and for Northern California.