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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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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Seattle Hotel Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      The Puget Sound region's industrial market saw the vacancy rate inch up to 3.3% compared to the 3.0% at year end. The quarter saw delivery of 570,606 s.f., while absorption was a negative 457,147 s.f. This was surprising considering the high level of leasing activity that has occurred over the past seven-plus years. The consensus is that this was just an anomaly due to timing. During 1Q 2018 there were over 1.1M s.f. of leases signed, but most will not be moving into their new spaces until the second quarter, so we expect the vacancy to remain in the 3% and 4% range. Construction activity is still quite robust with 24 projects totaling 6.1M s.f. underway. Another 15.3M s.f. is in the pipeline, with the bulk of these in Pierce and Thurston Counties. Looking ahead, there isn't much cause for concern as all economic indicators still point to a healthy local economy.

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      First Quarter 2018 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      The Portland industrial real estate (excluding flex) market held its own in the first quarter of 2018, setting the stage for gains later in the year. While vacancies marketwide rose 70 basis points over the past three months, to 4.2%, the hike was largely attributable to the delivery of speculative developments rather than to givebacks from tenants in the area. Overall, metro Portland industrial properties saw 27,998 s.f. of negative net absorption in the quarter, and demand for functionally superior distribution space remains robust. Asking rental rates were essentially unchanged from the end of 2017, holding in the mid-$0.60s NNN on a blended triple-net basis marketwide, with desirable Class B industrial parks reporting asking shell rents in the high-$0.50s NNN.

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      First Quarter 2018 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      Setting the stage for gains later in the year, the Inland Empire's performance in Q1 2018 only further bolstered its reputation as the preeminent industrial market in the country. While vacancies marketwide edged up slightly, year-over-year, the rise was due to the delivery of speculative developments rather than the egress of tenants departing the area. In fact, with net absorption measuring in excess of 5.7 million square feet for the quarter, spurred by the unrelenting expansion of e-commerce and record high import shipments, occupier demand for industrial space in the Inland Empire, especially for functionally superior distribution space, has never been stronger.

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      First Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      Record-low vacancies and soaring rents continue to dominate in the Los Angeles industrial market. With the fundamentals of the industrial market remaining strong, the sector is performing at the highest levels. Despite the lack of product to transact, at 6.8 million s.f. this quarter, leasing activity is stable and healthy, setting the stage for gains later in the year. With direct occupancy gains of nearly 1.2 million s.f. year-to-date, the vacancy rate stands at 2.07% in the first quarter, up 27 basis points (bps) year-over-year. Unlike the Inland Empire, where construction of industrial space is at all-time highs, tenant demand is surpassing the capacity of developers to deliver new Industrial product because of the dearth of land to develop and its prohibitively high cost in Los Angeles.

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      First Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      East Bay industrial landlords continued to benefit from robust demand during 1Q18, while developers and institutional buyers raced to provide high-quality distribution spaces to capitalize on the active market. Despite several givebacks over the past three quarters, the vacancy rate was 3.0% marketwide at quarter's end, and virtually all submarkets were well below 5.0%. An increase in availabilities, driven in part by cycle-high construction levels, allowed for 1.15M s.f. of first quarter leasing activity, with more likely to come later this year. More than 2.2M s.f. of future industrial space was being built in the East Bay at the end of the first quarter, 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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      First Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      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
    4. Orange County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Orange County industrial market continued to improve in 1Q 2018, as pricing continued to trend upward. Vacancy levels remained at historically low levels, stabilizing at 2.0%, an increase of 10 basis points from 4Q 2017. With conversions from industrial to other property types becoming the norm, low vacancies shall continue throughout the market. Moderate increases are expected in sales and leasing activity in 2018, to the extent that available supply allows. Furthermore, gains are anticipated in absorption, even as occupancy costs continue to rise. With minimal deliveries in the pipeline to apply substantial pressure on vacancy, 2018 is proving to be another strong year for growth.

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      First Quarter 2018 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Orange County Industrial Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The San Francisco Peninsula industrial market experienced a healthy first quarter, ending with 255,324 s.f. of leasing activity and 151,156 s.f. of negative absorption. Vacancy dipped slightly to 2.1% for industrial properties, while R&D rates rose to 4.9%. Average rental rates in the industrial market increased to $1.47/s.f. NNN, which can be attributed to a tight market. However, R&D rental rates remained unchanged this quarter at $2.50/s.f. NNN. Despite limited product and rising rental rates, tenant demand remains steady on the Peninsula.

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      First Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      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
    6. Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The industrial market in the greater Sacramento area showed no signs of slowing down in the first quarter with 1,560,102 sf of positive net absorption. NNN overall lease rates have risen to a record high of $0.45 while vacancy reached a record low of 4.5%. The first quarter of 2018 saw a 37.5% decrease in vacancy by the strength of 1,560,102 square feet in positive net absorption. With vacancy dropping to 4.5%, and availability at 6.5% 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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      First Quarter 2018 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
    7. San Diego Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The San Diego industrial real estate market started the year off on solid footing and continued to expand at the end of 1Q18. Rental rates are still at the highest numbers the market has ever come across, and vacancy and availability rates are staying in the record lows, only further increasing the competition for space. The industrial market is proving to be one of the strongest property sectors due to robust fundamentals, and is booming as occupiers are expanding and modernizing their distribution channels to meet the rising demand of the strong economy and the rapid rise of e-commerce sales. Overall employment growth remains positive, as the San Diego County unemployment rate sits at 3.5%, below the year-ago estimate of 4.4% and well below the unadjusted unemployment rate of 4.5% for California and the rate of 4.4% for the nation. According to the State of California's Employment Development Department, San Diego County's total non-farm employment increased by a better than average 27,900 jobs year over year between February 2017-2018. This robust local economy and increase in job growth is expected to help drive the industrial market in the right direction in the coming year.

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      First Quarter 2018 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 San Diego Industrial Market Report
    8. Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The industrial and warehouse markets posted positive gains once again to open up 2018. Net absorption for industrial and warehouse products was healthy, posting positive 527,395 s.f. and positive 499,778 s.f., respectively. Vacancies dropped to astounding lows with 1.70% and 1.80%, respectively. The average asking rate for industrial space increased to $1.31 and warehouse is now at $1.14/s.f./month on a triple-net basis. Silicon Valley's industrial and warehouse properties do not have much room left to improve, and new construction is crucial to the future success of this product. Demand remains strong, but the lack of supply has forced users to look at the far edges of the Valley for suitable spaces. The constrained supply paired with robust demand indicates rental rates figure to trend further upward in the near future.

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      First Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Phoenix Industrial real estate market started the year with strong leasing activity, increasing development and post-recession record high in rental rates and record low in vacancy. Net absorption posted at a solid 1.3 million square feet of positive absorption, and the development pipeline has hit a record high of approximately 6.3 million square feet currently under construction.

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      First Quarter 2018 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      A steady but relatively quiet first quarter in the Reno industrial market promises to give way to more activity in the months to come, as showings, property inquiries, and letters of intent signaled the early stages of considerable second and third-quarter transactions. The Reno industrial market experienced 909,811 square feet of gross absorption during the quarter, driving the vacancy rate down to 3.61%.

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      First Quarter 2018 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
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Life Science Market Research/Reports

  1. California

    1. San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Bay Area life science market continues to be robust, as it finished the quarter with 482,054 s.f. of gross absorption and 296,797 s.f. of positive net absorption. San Mateo County and Alameda County were the primary drivers for leasing activity in the first quarter, accounting for 98% of activity in the region. Demand remains high in the Bay Area, with the overall vacancy rate now at 3.25%, down 26 basis points from the previous quarter. The biotech industry continues to be the recipient of significant venture capital funding, amassing over $3 billion this quarter.

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      First Quarter 2018 San Francisco Life Science Market Report
      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
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Multifamily Investments Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      In the throes of one of the strongest economies and building cycles in its history, the Portland multifamily market throttled ahead during the first quarter. Even with slower than anticipated absorption levels, and increasingly aggressive concessions and competition in many close-in neighborhoods, strong demand for housing in the metro area kept rental rates and sale prices trending upward. Overall vacancies increased 83 basis points over the past year, to 4.85%, but rental rates rose to a market-wide average of $1.56 per square foot.

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      First Quarter 2018 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Bay Area Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Bay Area multifamily market continues to reach high levels of demand. Rents have risen from their current levels due to a growing population and increasing capital, primarily driven by the technology sector. With an average vacancy rate of 4.0% among all nine counties, developers push to deliver units to the fast growing Bay Area.



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      First Quarter 2018 Bay Area Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Bay Area Multifamily Investments Market Report
    2. Inland Empire Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Multifamily Investments Market Report
    3. Los Angeles Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Multifamily Investments Market Report
    4. Oakland/East Bay Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Multifamily Investments Market Report
    5. Orange County Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Orange County Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Multifamily Investments Market Report
    6. 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
    7. Sacramento Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Sacramento Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Multifamily Investments Market Report
    8. San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      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
    9. Silicon Valley Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017










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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Reno Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Multifamily Investments Market Report
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Office Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      After a solid performance for the regional office market during 2017, Q1 office metrics do not show any signs of losing much steam. The Puget Sound region's office market saw the vacancy drop down to 7.15%, compared to 7.74% last quarter. With the exception of the Q3 2016 vacancy mark of 6.97%, this is a 10-year low. The quarter saw healthy absorption of 6,503,439 s.f. region-wide, highlighted by just over 4.7 million of net absorption in the Seattle market. This includes the commencement of leases in several new buildings delivered over the previous three quarters.

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      First Quarter 2018 Seattle Office Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      The Portland office market continued to benefit from the expansion of the technology sector in the first quarter of 2018, as a strong economy kept unemployment near the metro's historical lows. An uptick in vacancy to begin the year belied robust fundamentals, evidenced by the market's 5.5% annual rent growth and notable investment activity from institutional buyers. Overall, rental rates reached an average of $25.69 FS, while new Class A developments were achieving rents in the mid-to-high $30s NNN. Investors continue to see value-add opportunities in Portland, acquiring assets with an eye toward repositioning them as modern office properties to attract the market's variety of tech and creative users. With nearly 3 million square feet of office space under construction at quarter's end, the market has significant room to expand, and economic factors remain favorable for growth in the near term.

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      First Quarter 2018 Portland Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Office Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Office Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Office Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The inner East Bay Office real estate market stayed tight 1Q 2018, with vacancies holding at 6.6% amid 165,288 s.f. of positive net absorption. Rental rates climbed 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 1.39M s.f. of office space under construction and another 400K sf likely to break ground in 2018.

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      First Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      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
    4. Orange County Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Orange County Office Market started the year strong as underlying demand drivers continue to remain robust. Buoyed by a well-educated workforce and strong employment outlook sustained by tech, financial and business services, overall market stability should remain healthy. The delivery of The Boardwalk, 400 Spectrum Center, and Sand Canyon Business Center last quarter provided over 1.2 million square feet of new office space with an additional 1.0 million square feet under construction. This influx of new office space within this tight time frame could apply upward pressure on vacancy as additional projects come on line in the following quarters.

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      First Quarter 2018 Orange County Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The San Francisco Peninsula office market remained strong this quarter, experiencing 117,558 s.f. of positive net absorption. The county's vacancy dropped 40 basis points from the previous quarter, currently sitting at 9.4%. Significant leasing activity occurred in the central and south county markets. A major component was in renewals and subleases. The overall average rental rate rose this quarter to $4.97/s.f. fully serviced, primarily due to increases in the south county. Despite this increase, there were some slight drops in asking rates in a few submarkets, potentially leading to a more stabilized market.

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      First Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      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
    6. Sacramento Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      By the end of the first quarter of 2018, the office market in the greater Sacramento area had a 10.3% vacancy rate, weighted by more than 222 thousand s.f. of positive net absorption. The suburban submarkets continue to provide the most absorption, proving tenants, owner/users, and investors continue to take advantage of the accessibility and surrounding amenities.

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      First Quarter 2018 Sacramento Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
    7. San Diego Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The San Diego office market started the year off with continued signs of a tightened market, as asking rents climb to a new post-recession record high and vacancy remains stagnant at the record low from year end 2017. Furthermore, sales and lease transaction volume notably decreased and the office market reflected negative absorption at the end of the first quarter. Some might predict these factors as a signal to a cooling down and softening of the market, however, we anticipate the San Diego office market will continue to improve and grow, albeit at a slower pace than previous years in the cycle. Overall employment growth remains positive, as the San Diego County unemployment rate sits at 3.5%, below the year-ago estimate of 4.4% and well below the unadjusted unemployment rate of 4.5% for California and the rate of 4.4% for the nation. According to the State of California's Employment Development Department, San Diego County's total non-farm employment increased by 27,900 jobs year over year between February 2017 and February 2018.

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      First Quarter 2018 San Diego Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
    8. San Francisco Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The next wave of construction deliveries is poised to bring substantial positive absorption to the San Francisco market in 2018, as large technology tenants that signed leases in a record-breaking 2017 move into their new homes. While Dropbox, Facebook, Salesforce, and others prepare to occupy The Exchange, 181 Fremont, and the Salesforce Tower, respectively, other growing companies are increasingly facing stiff competition for the few large blocks of space available now and scheduled for delivery before the turn of the decade. With demand still outpacing supply, rental rates continue to trend upward, reaching the mid-$70s FS on average for Class A space, the high-$60s FS for well-located Class B product, and the high-$60s IG for creative offerings in SOMA.

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      First Quarter 2018 San Francisco Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
    9. Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Silicon Valley Office market was very active during the opening months of 2018. The market posted a positive 1,094,713 sf of net absorption. Demand for office space remains robust as the region's economy sets the pace for the nation. Santa Clara County's unemployment rate increased slightly from an almost two-decade low 2.6% in November to 2.9% in February, per the California Employment Development Department. There is uncertainty about how the new tariffs between the United States and China will affect the Silicon Valley. Large blocks of new construction were delivered to the market this quarter, causing a temporary uptick in vacancies, while also increasing the price per square foot. Overall, office product realized an active leasing and investment quarter.

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      First Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      With occupancy demand exceeding 711 s.f., leasing activity above 1.4M s.f., direct vacancy declining more than 7% from this time last year, and rental rates approaching (but not yet surpassing) levels not seen since the peaks of the previous cycle established a decade ago, it's not overstated to say that the Phoenix office real estate market is in the throes of a renaissance. Concentrated mostly in the retail, finance, and services sector, the Phoenix MSA has proven to be a vibrant, business-friendly local economy with a capacity for strong job creation. Typically, economists consider an economy to be at "full employment" when the unemployment rate reaches 5%, but the Phoenix market (currently at 4.4%) has been experiencing sub 5% unemployment since November of 2015. Given these trends, black swan events aside, expect continued growth in the Phoenix real estate market in the near to midterm.

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      First Quarter 2018 Phoenix Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
      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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      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Office Market Report
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R&D Market Research/Reports

  1. California

    1. Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The Silicon Valley R&D market has taken a slight breather to start 2018, but should pick up momentum in the coming quarters. Net absorption for the quarter ended up at negative 198,561 square feet, while the vacancy remained relatively stable at 9.20%. Average asking rates also increased to $2.26 per square foot per month on a triple-net basis, which is up from $2.18 at this time last year. This may be attributable to increased rates in traditionally cheaper markets in the eastern submarkets. The R&D market seems to have taken a temporary break, but the large 1,777,801 sf of gross absorption and relatively low vacancy rates bode well for future quarters.

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      First Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley R&D Market Report
      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
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Retail Market Research/Reports

  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Retail Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      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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      First Quarter 2018 Seattle Retail Market Report
      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
      First Quarter 2018

      The Portland market continues to adapt to changes in the nature of retail in the Amazon era. National storylines this quarter included Albertsons acquisition of Rite Aid and the closure of more than 100 Sears stores, both of which will affect metro Portland in the coming quarters. Nevertheless, the primary indicators of market strength were promising in the early months of 2018. Marketwide, vacancies held below 4% while rental rates climbed to an average of $19.37 NNN, a 3.7% hike year over year. Investors continued to trade Portland-area retail assets at sub-7% cap rates and price tags well over $200/s.f. On the tenant side, several local chains firmed up expansion plans by signing leases this quarter, and restaurant chains based elsewhere put Portland on their list of targets for nationwide growth.

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      First Quarter 2018 Portland Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Retail Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Retail Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Retail Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Retail Market Report
    4. Orange County Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Orange County Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Orange County Retail Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Retail Market Report
    6. Sacramento Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Sacramento Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Sacramento Retail Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Retail Market Report
    7. San Diego Retail Market Report
      First Quarter 2018










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      First Quarter 2018 San Diego Retail Market Report
    8. San Francisco Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 San Francisco Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 San Francisco Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 San Francisco Retail Market Report
    9. Silicon Valley Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Retail Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Retail Market Report
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      First Quarter 2018 Phoenix Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Phoenix Retail Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017 Phoenix Retail Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Retail Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Retail Market Report
      First Quarter 2018

      The retail market in the greater Reno area looks promising closing out the first quarter. Tightening vacancy market-wide continues to drive lease rates upward, and has developers scrambling. Reno's improving economy and growing local workforce, investors and owner/users alike are recognizing that the Reno area is an exceptional location for new and expanding business ventures.

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      First Quarter 2018 Reno Retail Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2017 Reno Retail Market Report
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