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2011 Marcus & Millichap Commercial Real Estate Reports

Marcus & Millichap, a National Commercial Real Estate Investment Firm provides some great information regarding the National and localized Real Estate outlook for 2011.  Particular sectors include Office, Retail, and Apartments.  See below for the links and the details.

A Special Report, 2011 Real Estate Investment Outlook

Investor Confidence Surges Low interest rates, improving fundamentals fuel acquisition plans

Investor confidence soared in the fourth quarter, and that positive sentiment is translating to more aggressive plans to acquire commercial real estate in 2011.  The exclusive National Real Estate Investor/Marcus & Millichap Investor Sentiment Index shows that investor sentiment has surged to a record level of 152 — a huge increase over the 119 rating achieved in third quarter. Click Here for More (pdf file).

2011 Investment Outlook:  Commercial Real Estate

The Great Recession exacted an expensive toll on the commercial real estate sector.  Vacancies approached or exceeded prior cyclical highs as 8.4 million jobs were lost, and sales volume plunged 85 percent from peak. The economy has come a long way from what seemed like a freefall, with core retail sales, corporate earnings and initial unemployment claims back to pre-recession levels and private-sector job growth totaling 1.2 million. Click here for More (pdf file).

2011 Real Estate Investment Research | National Apartment Report

In this report, Marcus & Millichap provide some great insight into the Apartment Market on a National and localized basis. Check it out with a click here => 2011 Annual Marcus & Millichap Apartment Report (pdf file).

 

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