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Hotel Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Hotel Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The year 2017 likely will mark the peak of the current business cycle for hotels in Western Washington. In most markets, occupancy rates were near those recorded in 2016. Room prices rose during the year, but the rate of increase moderated, and the strongest growth was achieved in markets outside the downtown core. With more than 4,000 rooms expected to open during 2018, we are projecting lower rates of occupancy and stagnation in room prices.

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      Second Quarter 2017 Seattle Hotel Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Seattle Hotel Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2015 Seattle Hotel Market Report
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Industrial Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Puget Sound region's industrial market delivered nearly 1.3 million s.f. in the fourth quarter. Several large tenants that had pre-leased space earlier in the year finally occupied these spaces this quarter, boosting the net absorption up to nearly 2.3 million s.f. this quarter. The end result saw the vacancy rate drop from 3.3% to 3.0%. For the year, nearly 6.0 million s.f. was absorbed, keeping pace with deliveries of nearly 6.2 million s.f. in 2017.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Portland industrial real estate (excluding flex) market stayed strong in the fourth quarter of 2017, reporting a 3.6% vacancy rate across the metro area. Despite 164,363 square feet of negative net absorption over the past three months, Portland industrial properties gained more than 2.74 million square feet of occupied space in 2017. Availabilities in choice submarkets remain limited, and strong demand from a variety of users is keeping rents on an upward trajectory. Asking rental rates averaged in the mid-$0.60s NNN on a blended triple-net basis to end the year.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Inland Empire fortified its status as the most robust, dynamic, and premier industrial market in the country at the end of 2017. Asking lease rates continued their upward trajectory, rising nearly 13% year over year, and even as substantial amounts of new inventory continue to be added to the base, vacancy and availability are on par with absorption. Unlike in prior cycles, new construction supply is in equilibrium with strong occupier demand. Spurred by the rise of e-commerce, and with the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles reporting record high import shipment quantities, demand is at extremely high levels for industrial space. In fact, net absorption has been positive for all but two quarters since Q2 of 2009. As a result, upward pressure on vacancy and availability in the near to medium term remains highly unlikely. We expect steady to moderate increases in leasing and sales activity for 2018, as the demand for industrial space remains robust and undiminished. We foresee the Inland Empire industrial market continuing its growth as new construction becomes available, occupancy costs continue their upward trend, and net absorption remaining both positive and strong.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      2017 was a very strong year for the Los Angeles industrial market. By any measure, whether land prices, lease rates, sale prices, vacancy rates, capital market investment, or leasing activity, the conclusion simply cannot be denied: the sector is performing at the highest levels. Even burdened by a lack of product to transact, and although it is lower year over year, leasing activity exceeded the level achieved at the peak of the previous cycle. With overall occupancy gains of 4.8 million square feet in 2017, the vacancy rate stands at an unprecedented 1.8%, the lowest in the history of the sector. In fact, Los Angeles has the lowest vacancy rate of any major industrial market in the country, and demand for industrial product has never been greater. Institutional investors, currently under-allocated in core product, are confidently acquiring Class A industrial assets above replacement cost, at cap rates between 4-4.5%.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      East Bay industrial landlords continued to benefit from robust demand during the fourth quarter of 2017, while developers and institutional buyers raced to provide high-quality distribution spaces to capitalize on the sizzling market. Despite several givebacks over the past three months, the vacancy rate was 3.5% marketwide at year's end, and virtually all submarkets were well below 5%. An increase in availabilities, driven in part by cycle-high construction levels, allowed for 1.6 million s.f. of fourth-quarter leasing activity, with more likely to come in the first half of 2018. More than 1.6 million s.f. of future industrial space was being built in the inner East Bay at the end of 2017, but the broad base of tenants in the market should keep rental rates firm against the increase in supply. State-of-the-art spaces have enjoyed a 20% jump in rents over the past 12 months, attracting investors from around the country to purchase, renovate, and reposition industrial assets along I-880.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
    4. Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      2017 was a spectacular year for the Orange County industrial market, as the sector continued to perform at its best levels of this cycle. Proximity to the ports of Los Angeles, lack of available product, and continued strong demand has enhanced Orange County's real estate fundamentals. Vacancy levels remained at or near record lows, concluding the year at 2.6%, an increase of 50 basis points from the end of 2016. We expect increases in sales and leasing activity in 2018, to the extent that available supply allows, as the Orange County industrial market remains attractive for many high-tech companies. With few deliveries and construction projects becoming available, we anticipate that the Orange County industrial market will remain tight, propelling rental and sales rates in the coming quarters.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Orange County Industrial Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Peninsula industrial market ended the year on a high note, reporting 294,592 s.f. of positive net absorption in the fourth quarter. Vacancy rates in industrial properties fell by 60 basis points to 2.2% this quarter, while R&D product showed a 3.2% vacancy rate marketwide. The tight market is keeping rental rates relatively stable, at an average of $1.37 NNN for industrial space and $2.50 NNN for R&D offerings. The North County submarkets remain a strong region for logistics and warehouse centers, driving tenant demand in this portion of the Peninsula. Moving into 2018, tight conditions are likely to preserve low vacancies and firm rental rates, while leasing activity and absorption will be constrained by the lack of spaces available to new and expanding tenants.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
    6. Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The industrial real estate market in the greater Sacramento area ended 2017 with a great quarter. NNN overall lease rates rise year after year to a record high of $0.47 since 2013 while vacancy tightens its grip on the market. 2017 saw a 25.88% decrease in vacancy by the strength of 5,001,884 square feet in positive net absorption. With vacancy dropping to 6.3%, and availability at 5.6% developers try to keep up with warehouse and distribution space in demand. Anticipating more lease rate increases, investors continue to bet on Sacramento for the industrial supply and demand.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
    7. San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The San Diego industrial real estate market had a record-breaking year in 2017, posting an all-time high in rental rates and a record low in vacancy and availability rates, further increasing the competition for space. Although San Diego industrial space caters largely to life science and R&D/biotech users, logistics landlords are benefiting from the rapid expansion of e-commerce. Products shipped through Long Beach and LA are increasingly transported directly to warehouses in San Diego. Firms such as Amazon and FedEx have established footprints, sorting and delivering goods to consumers the same day, a trend that proliferates Southern California.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 San Diego Industrial Market Report
    8. Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Silicon Valley industrial and warehouse markets both reported absorption gains in the fourth quarter, and appear poised to remain stable in the near future. Industrial net absorption came in at positive 239,545 s.f., recovering some of the year's earlier losses, with the annual total finishing at negative 396,302 s.f. Warehouse net absorption came in at positive 368,416 s.f., which brought the annual net absorption to negative 101,581 s.f. Demand for warehouse product is very strong, but diminishing supply of that product type has driven rental rates to historic highs, and multiple offers are common, especially for smaller spaces. The industrial market remains tight, and users have limited choices in the current environment.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Phoenix industrial real estate market ended the year with a record breaking 10 million square feet of net absorption, a notable drop in vacancy and increasing rental rates. The market-wide total for new construction also jumped to a postrecession record high, totalling approximately 6.6 million square feet that came online in 2017. However, the new developments did little to relieve the pressure of the decreasing vacancy rate, as many projects were preleased before completing. We expect increased competition for space and higher rates to continue into the coming New Year, in spite of new construction, as a result of the strong economy and business expansion. The Phoenix unemployment rate sits at 3.9%, a 40 basis point decrease from the 4.3% recorded this time last year.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Reno industrial market carried momentum through the end of 2017, heading into the new year with continuing demand from inbound tenants and local users looking to expand. Reno industrial properties reported 7,486,322 s.f. of gross absorption over the year, driving direct vacancies down to 4.81%. With demand once again racing ahead of supply, landlords are hiking rental rates. Developers are eagerly searching for developable land to accommodate tenants, especially large users, who have limited options to grow or stay in Reno. All signs point to a landlord and seller friendly market continuing into 2018.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
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      Second Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
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Life Science Market Research/Reports

  1. California

    1. San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      With significant and diverse leasing activity, the Bay Area life science market finished the year strongly with 894,715 s.f. of gross absorption and 601,201 s.f. of positive net absorption in the fourth quarter. San Mateo, Alameda, and Santa Clara Counties were the dominant locations for leasing activity in Q4, accounting for 98% of the Bay Area's activity. Despite further decrease in the overall vacancy rate, which now stands at 3.51%, some increase is expected with the arrival of new life science developments in the coming year. Although tenant demand remains high, limited availabilities will likely hinder leasing activity in 2018. Venture capital funding increased to nearly $3 billion, with life science startup Grail leading the way with a significant round of funding

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 San Francisco Life Science Market Report
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Multifamily Investments Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      First Quarter 2017 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Third Quarter 2016 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Multifamily Investments Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Multifamily Investments Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Multifamily Investments Market Report
    4. Orange County Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Multifamily Investments Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Multifamily Investments Market Report
    6. Sacramento Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Multifamily Investments Market Report
    7. San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The San Diego apartment market remains lucrative for landlords as rents continue to rise and vacancy decreases, despite record-high construction. Low vacancies have led to impressive rent gains over the last five years, leading to a sustained development wave that is predicted to last for the next few years. Projects continue to break ground in nearly every submarket across the metro, but these put minimal downward pressure on rents as developers have largely focused their attention on luxury units due to the high costs of construction. Investors remain active in San Diego, and although the transaction volume slowed in 2017 compared to 2016, the dollar volume is almost equivalent, as the average price per unit has increased. With San Diego having a strong economic base buoyed by innovation, tourism, the military, and some of the most desirable weather in the U.S., the apartment market remains on firm footing heading into the New Year.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
    8. San Francisco Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Francisco Multifamily Investments Market Report
    9. Silicon Valley Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Multifamily Investments Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Multifamily Investments Market Report
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Office Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Seattle office market had a solid, stable 2017, which enhanced the market's appeal to investors. The result was the second year in a row with about $3 billion in office property sales. Long-term confidence in Seattle's economy and office market was exhibited in capitalization rates well below 5% across a variety of product sold. In conjunction with strong rent growth in the Class A category and limited investment opportunities, these rates pushed prices above $900 per square foot. National and international real estate funds and private REITs were the most active buyer classes.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Seattle Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Seattle Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Seattle Office Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      Cycle-high construction volume, institutional investor confidence, and robust leasing activity all reaffirmed the strength of the Portland office market at the end of 2017. Vacancies marketwide fell to a new cycle low of 7.0%, following 324,208 square feet of positive net absorption, nearly all of which occurred in the Downtown area. Rental rates climbed by 5.2% year over year, to an average of $25.88 FS, while new Class A developments were asking in the $30s NNN. Institutional investors continue to see value-add opportunities in the Portland market, acquiring properties with the intent to upgrade and reposition at a substantial profit. The local economy has benefited greatly from the growth of the technology sector, reporting sub-4% unemployment rates throughout the fourth quarter, as Portland and its suburbs vied with other cities nationwide to host Amazon's HQ2.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The inner East Bay office real estate market stayed tight in the fourth quarter of 2017, with vacancies holding at 8.4% amid 10,826 s.f. of positive net absorption. Rental rates climbed dramatically year over year, with jumps of 30% or more for desirable space in close proximity to BART. The strength of the Downtown Oakland market was reflected in investment sales this quarter, as institutional buyers from Los Angeles and New York acquired assets in the CBD at high price tags and low cap rates. Development activity is at a cycle-high, with 1.36 million s.f. of office space under construction and another 400,000 s.f. likely to break ground in early 2018. As the technology industry broadens and grows, core East Bay markets such as Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville are positioned to benefit from inbound demand from San Francisco, where non-tech tenants are likely to be priced or squeezed out by the expansion of the city's most prominent sector. A relatively affordable housing market, compared to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, also makes the East Bay appealing to companies seeking to ease their workers' commutes.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
    2. Orange County Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      A diverse employment base combined with a well-educated workforce has set the Orange County office market on firm footing, with strong employment sustained by the tech, financial, and business services sectors providing stability for talented job-seekers. This quarter, the delivery of The Boardwalk, 400 Spectrum Center, and Sand Canyon Business Center put upward pressure on vacancy rates by adding over 1.2 million s.f. of new office space to the market's supply. We expect the ongoing trend of positive absorption and higher occupancy costs to continue, as new high-image buildings are set to be completed in the coming quarters. With strong demand and consistent employment growth, the Orange County office market should remain healthy in 2018.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
    3. Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Peninsula office market stayed strong in the fourth quarter, with growing demand driving 230,270 s.f. of positive net absorption and lowering the vacancy rate by 60 basis point, to 9.8%. A lack of availabilities limited leasing activity to 564,894 s.f. San Mateo continues to attract tenants, as companies look to relocate from high-priced markets in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Asking rental rates are up by about 3.7% from a year ago to an average of $4.78/s.f. With continued strong demand from a variety of companies, the Peninsula market is poised to enjoy a strong 2018.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
    4. Sacramento Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Sacramento office real estate market closed 2017 with a tightening vacancy rate of 10.6% coupled with modest net absorption of just 847,000 s.f. Total sales for the year reached $945,641,105, slightly above last years volume. The Highway 50 Corridor submarket had 126,152 s.f. of positive net absorption for the quarter, confirming tenants are continuing to gravitate to that area for the ease of access and availability of larger spaces. There is 663,890 s.f. of office currently under construction. This includes 194,000 s.f. for Kaiser in Roseville, 275,000 s.f. for Adventist Heath in Roseville, and 68,000 s.f. for Dignity Health Medical Center in Citrus Heights, to name a few.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
    5. San Diego Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      A diverse employment base combined with a well-educated workforce and tepid development have set the San Diego office market on firm footing. The submarkets encompassing the Golden Triangle are among the county's central tech and life science hubs, with Downtown trying to establish itself as the home for the next wave of start-ups. San Diego doubled its year-over-year absorption in 2016 (hitting 1.4 million SF of annual net absorption), although 2017 fell short of that mark. Tightening vacancies, limited sublet space, a lack of wide-scale development, and steady rent growth have contributed to the confidence of investors who continue to find a market with average yields more favorable than in the apartment sector. Downtown was a favorite target of institutional capital in 2017 with a number of big properties trading hands.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
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      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
    6. San Francisco Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The San Francisco office market got its second wind in the fourth quarter, closing 2017 with surging technology sector demand, rising rental rates, and intense competition for space. After leveling off around their late-2016 peak, rental rates began to climb again, as landlords marketing creative or recently renovated offerings had their pick of an increasingly robust roster of tenants. Average asking rents rose to the low-to-mid $70s FS for Class A space, the high-$60s FS for quality Class B product, and around $70 FS for creative Class C offerings in SOMA, up about 2% year over year, with more substantial rate hikes likely to come.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
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      First Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
    7. Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Silicon Valley office market remained steady during the closing quarter of 2017, with 16,596 s.f. of positive net absorption bringing vacancies to 9.51%. Demand in the market is strong, as the Silicon Valley economy continues to lead the nation in growth, income, innovation, and venture capital investment. The unemployment rate stands at 2.6%, its lowest point since December 2000. This quarter was active on both the leasing and investment fronts, with recognizable tenants such as WeWork and Hitachi signing major deals. Rental rates for office product held firm to end 2017, and the nearly 4.6 million s.f. of space under construction has the potential to drive absorption gains in a well-balanced market in 2018.

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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Phoenix office real estate market experienced strong leasing activity, over 1.6 million square feet of net absorption, and rising rental rates during the fourth quarter. Direct vacancy fell to 2.6%, a 40 basis points decrease from this time last year. The strong local economy and job creation should drive real estate market growth for many quarters to come. The Phoenix unemployment rate sits at 3.7%, a 40 basis point decrease from the 4.1% recorded this time last year.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
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      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Reno/Sparks area office market had continued to post decreases in vacancies and a positive net absorption for the quarter. The 2017 year showed major gains from 2016 in both leasing and sales. Northern Nevada shows no signs of slowing down.




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R&D Market Research/Reports

  1. California

    1. Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The Silicon Valley R&D real estate market held fairly steady during the fourth quarter. Large-scale investors continued to gobble up as much product as possible throughout the entire Silicon Valley. The market posted negative 128,478 s.f. of net absorption, while the vacancy rate slightly bumped up to 8.55% from 7.85% quarter over quarter. Average asking rents for R&D product were $1.99 per s.f. per month on a triple-net basis. The market continued its steady performance during 2017, and this pace should stretch into 2018.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
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Retail Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The retail market continues to be strong in the core markets of Seattle and the Eastside, where most of the employment growth is occurring. The balance of the market ranges from stable to slightly soft. There is positive absorption, new construction and a strong investment climate for stabilized centers and single tenant net leased properties. Ongoing areas of concern include pressure from e-commerce entities, increasing labor costs and interest rate increases.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Seattle Retail Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Seattle Retail Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Seattle Retail Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017

      The holiday season brought retail market cheer to metro Portland, which recovered most of its losses from the first three quarters of 2017. This period's 486,047 square feet of positive net absorption brought the year-to-date total to positive 214,242 square feet, and vacancies were virtually unchanged over the past 12 months, at 3.9%. Leasing activity remained in the range of 400,000-500,000 square feet, consistent with the past five quarters.

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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Portland Retail Market Report
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    1. Inland Empire Retail Market Report
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    2. Los Angeles Retail Market Report
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    3. Oakland/East Bay Retail Market Report
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    4. Orange County Retail Market Report
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    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Retail Market Report
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    6. Sacramento Retail Market Report
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    7. San Francisco Retail Market Report
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    8. Silicon Valley Retail Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Retail Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Retail Market Report
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