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  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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      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
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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
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      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
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    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
      Third Quarter 2017 Reno Office Market Report
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