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2022 Q2 U.S. Office Market Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The U.S. office vacancy rate stands at 15.1%, an increase of 10 basis points in the second quarter. vacancy is still comfortably below the record peak of 16.3%, seen at the height of the Global Financial Crisis. Chicago took the hardest hit with 997,000 square feet of negative absorption in second quarter. There is a record 217.8 millionsquare feet of sublease space available across the U.N. office market. Asking rates are, by and large and holding firm. The gap between asking and effective rents remains significant.... more
2022 Q2 U.S. Office Market Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q2 2022 | Dallas-Fort Worth Office Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The Dallas-Fort Worth office market is showing mixed signals. Landlords are still pushing some of the highest rents the market has ever seen despite the highest recorded vacancy rate and minuscule absorption through mid-year. The second half of 2022 is poised for a strong rebound due to the fact that YTD leasing activity is up to pre-Covid levels. Many companies are waiting to see what competitors do before making a decision. Key Takeaways Absorption turned negative for the first time in four straight quarters.... more
Q2 2022 | Dallas-Fort Worth Office Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The Cost of an Office Build-Out (2022) - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The Cost of Corporate Interiors A key component of any lease negotiation is the tenant improvement allowance provided by the landlord to build out or retrofit an office space for the tenant's specific use. One of the first questions every tenant has when considering either new or refurbished office space revolves around how much will build-out or tenant improvements cost. BASIC OFFICE SPACE $72 to $88/SF The most basic applicable space with landlord standards, but using all new components: basic 2×4 LED lighting,... more
The Cost of an Office Build-Out (2022) - THE TENANT ADVISOR
2022 Q3 Healthcare Services Research Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) has ramped up to a four-decade high. Rising CPI is also impacting the medical office sector. The disconnect between provider pricing and insurer reimbursement is widening. The Fed’s aggressive stance on raising interest rates to curb inflation is causing investors to reconsider their real estate strategies. The MOB sector is well placed to weather the storm. While no property class will be immune to the impact of high inflation.
2022 Q3 Healthcare Services Research Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q2 2022 | Houston Retail Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Houston Highlights Houston's vacancy rate decreased 50 basis points from 5.6% to 5.1% over the quarter as more inventory was leased than new inventory delivered. Houston's retail sector recorded 1.3 million square feet of positive net absorption in the second quarter, pushing the year-to-date total absorption to 2.4 million square feet. Key Takeaways Vacancy continues to decrease Positive absorption recorded Rental rates increased 2.0% annually 2022 leasing activity up 24% annually Executive Summary The Consumer... more
Q2 2022 | Houston Retail Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q2 2022 | Houston Industrial Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
As we are easing into a recession that could be exacerbated by the additional interest rate increases anticipated from the Fed, the impact of a national recession on the Houston economy, and more specifically the Houston industrial market, is unknown. These investors may be muting the overall impact of rising interest rates on cap rates. While not rising point for point with interest rates, there is certainly movement in cap rates on most industrial real estate. Long-term debt has increased as much as 150 basis... more
Q2 2022 | Houston Industrial Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Fed Beige Book: Commercial Real Estate Conditions Slowed - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Overall Economic Activity Economic activity expanded at a modest pace, on balance, since mid-May; however, several Districts reported growing signs of a slowdown in demand, and contacts in five Districts noted concerns over an increased risk of a recession. Most Districts reported that consumer spending moderated as higher food and gas prices diminished households' discretionary income. Non-financial services firms experienced stable to slightly higher demand, and some firms reported that revenues exceeded expectations.... more
Fed Beige Book: Commercial Real Estate Conditions Slowed - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q2 2022 | Houston Office Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Houston Highlights Houston’s office market posted negative net absorption in Q2 2022, recording (-224,211) square feet. Overall average vacancy rate rose marginally by 10 basis points between quarters from 23.4% to 23.5% Office inventory remained unchanged, as no new inventory was added and there is 2.0 million SF of office space under construction. Leasing activity remained steady over the quarter. Average rental rates increased over the year.
Q2 2022 | Houston Office Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The Nuances of Leasing Medical Office Space
What Healthcare Providers and Physicians Need to Know About Leasing Medical Office Space Medical office space users and physician practices don't typically relocate to new buildings as often as general office tenants. Some of these key issues include: Term: As a result of the typically higher tenant finish-out costs it is common for medical office leases to be 7-10 years in term as opposed to 3-5 years for general office tenants. Because of the specialized build-out needs of the medical tenant, medical tenants... more
The Nuances of Leasing Medical Office Space
Houston Medical Office Sales | Mid-Year 2022 - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Twelve (12) Houston area Medical Office Buildings totaling 498,215 square feet sold in the first quarter of 2022 compared to five (5) totaling 261,122 square feet in the second quarter. In 2021 twenty-seven (27) Houston Medical office buildings sold totaling 1,250,955 square feet compared to 20 (20) medical office building sales totaling 932,000 sq feet in 2020 and twenty-one (21) in 2020. In 2021 20-1 (21 (21 and 21) medical offices in 2019.
Houston Medical Office Sales | Mid-Year 2022 - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The Markets that Move America - THE TENANT ADVISOR
The U.S. industrial market continues to be a bright spot in the commercial real estate landscape. The top five markets for overall year-over-year increases were Portland, the San Francisco Bay area, Houston, Milwaukee and Minneapolis. The South comes in second with 26.3% of all industrial inventory. None of the markets tracked had a vacancy that exceeded 8%, although Memphis came close at 7.3%. Robust absorption levels resulted in five markets. The South came close in this report in the report.
The Markets that Move America - THE TENANT ADVISOR
2022 Life Science Spring Snapshot - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Spring Life Sciences Snapshot analyzes the relative performance of markets by considering various fundamentals, funding, and talent metrics. The summarized results allow occupiers, landlords, investors, and market participants to easily assess markets. The broader U.S. economic backdrop is driving capital allocations to an added focus on growth. Venture capital volume remains strong, though it is slowing. cGMP is surging. IPO exits are being scrutinized. CGMP, cGMC is surging, and cG MP is rising. The full report... more
2022 Life Science Spring Snapshot - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q1 2022 | U.S. Office Market Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR
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Q1 2022 | U.S. Office Market Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Capital Markets | Q1 2022 U.S. Market Snapshot - THE TENANT ADVISOR
After a year-end rebound, office investment sales are roaring back. First-quarter volume hit $35.1 billion, second only to 2015 and an EOP-fueled 2007. Blackstone made numerous headlines in the quarter, first with its closing of a partial interest in One Manhattan West, valuing the asset at $2.9 billion. At the same time, Blackstone gave 1740 Broadway. This marks one of the largest single-asset sales ever in New York City. But office CMBS delinquency rates fell throughout the first quarter. Many major employers... more
Capital Markets | Q1 2022 U.S. Market Snapshot - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q1 2022 Austin Office Report

Activity has picked up tremendously over the past quarter, with a continued emphasis on newer product in the city core. There has been a feeding frenzy for Class A product in the CBD, South Central and East areas of Austin, which has resulted in increasing rental rates in those areas. While much of this is […]

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Q1 2022 | The Woodlands Office Submarket Snapshot

Highlights The Woodlands office market vacancy rate decreased over the quarter from 17.1% in Q4 2021 to 16.5% in Q1 2022. The submarket recorded 476,230 square feet of positive net absorption in Q1 2022 due to HPE’s move into its new space in CityPlace. The average asking rental rate decreased from $34.79 per SF to […]

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Q1 2022 | Houston Industrial Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Houston Highlights Houston’s Industrial market continued to gain momentum as leasing velocity reached 10 million square feet in the first quarter. The increase in demand for space continued to spur new development with over 18 million square feet under construction and an additional 65 million square feet proposed or in the final planning stage. Houston’s […]

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Q1 2022 | Houston Industrial Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q1 2022 | Houston Retail Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Houston Highlights Houston’s vacancy rate decreased 20 basis points from 5.8% to 5.6% over the quarter as more inventory was leased than new inventory delivered. Houston’s retail sector recorded 1.1 million square feet of positive net absorption in the first quarter. Leasing volume reached 1.9 million square feet in Q1, an increase of 26% over […]

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Q1 2022 | Houston Retail Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Fed Beige Book: Commercial Real estate Activity Accelerated Modestly as Office Occupancy and Retail Activity Increased. - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Overall Economic Activity Economic activity expanded at a moderate pace since mid-February. Several Districts reported moderate employment gains despite hiring and retention challenges in the labor market. Consumer spending accelerated among retail and non-financial service firms, as COVID-19 cases tapered across the country. Manufacturing activity was solid overall across most Districts, but supply chain backlogs, […]

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Fed Beige Book: Commercial Real estate Activity Accelerated Modestly as Office Occupancy and Retail Activity Increased. - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Q1 2022 | Houston Office Market Report

Houston Highlights Houston’s office market posted positive net absorption in Q1 2022, recording 899,763 square feet. About half of the absorption was Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s move into two new buildings in The Woodlands submarket. The buildings HPE left unoccupied were sold and are expected to be placed on the rental market later in the year, […]

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Healthcare Real Estate: Key Takeaways from 2021

The MOB Market Continues to Show its Resiliency Medical office building (MOB) vacancy fell 10 basis points in 2021, while Office vacancy rose 160 basis points. An increase in absorption and slowing deliveries drove the improvement in fundamentals. Average net asking rents rose 1.7% in 2021, to a new high of $22.61 per square foot. […]

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Top 50 U.S. Office Markets

The U.S. office vacancy rate is stabilizing, which is expected to continue during the first half of 2022 The U.S. office market is at a critical juncture. Following close to two years of pandemic-driven correction, signs of stabilization are emerging. In this report, we examine the national context and outlook before assessing current economic and […]

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Houston Medical Office Sales | Q1 2022

Houston MOB Sales Volume Off to a Strong Start in 2022 Total U.S. MOB investment in 2021 was $17.4 billion, the highest total on record and significantly up from $11.9 billion in 2020. Despite the pandemic-driven economic downturn, activity in the sector has escalated and medical real estate is no longer perceived as a niche […]

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2022 Healthcare Marketplace - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Medical Office Fundamentals Strengthen, Despite COVID-19 Disruptions The medical office sector continues to go from strength to strength, setting record highs for asking rents, sales volume and pricing in 2021. Demand is outpacing supply, vacancy remains tight and cap rates are compressing. Development activity is picking up, reflecting confidence in the sector. This performance is […]

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2022 Healthcare Marketplace - THE TENANT ADVISOR
2022 | Houston Economic Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Houston Highlights The Houston MSA 2021 population grew by 467,000 during the last five years to over 7.2 million and is projected to grow by almost 589,000 over the next five years. Houston’s racial diversity is twice as high as the national average. Houston’s unemployment rate and job growth made huge improvements between 2020 and […]

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2022 | Houston Economic Outlook - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Commercial Real Estate Outlook for 2022 - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Clarity and the New Reality Despite lingering concerns about COVID-19, inflation, and rising interest rates, we anticipate strong demand this year from occupiers and investors in commercial real estate. While the Omicron variant’s rapid spread will continue to temper economic growth in the first quarter, a rebound in the service sector will produce substantial tailwinds […]

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Commercial Real Estate Outlook for 2022 - THE TENANT ADVISOR
U.S. Industrial Market Achieved Another Record Year in 2021 - THE TENANT ADVISOR

U.S. Research Report | Q4 2021 Industrial Market Outlook The U.S. industrial sector recorded its most successful year in 2021 as strong industrial fundamentals maintained robust absorption and development, record low vacancy rates and record high asking rents. Led by core markets in Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta, the Inland Empire and Chicago, the U.S. industrial market […]

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U.S. Industrial Market Achieved Another Record Year in 2021 - THE TENANT ADVISOR
2021 | Year-End Houston Healthcare Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Houston Healthcare Real Estate Records a Strong Performance in 2021 Houston’s medical office building (MOB) market posted 869,962 square feet of positive net absorption in Q4 2021, bringing the year-end total to 859,192 square feet. The vacancy rate fell over the year from 12.9% to 12.1%. Houston’s MOB inventory increased slightly with 471,245 square feet […]

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2021 | Year-End Houston Healthcare Market Report - THE TENANT ADVISOR
Texas Office Market Update | Q4 2021

The Major Texas Office Markets Signal Signs of Improvement All three major Texas office markets demonstrated signs of improved market fundamentals in the fourth quarter of 2021. Physical Occupancy is edging its way back up with Austin, Dallas and Houston have been leading the nation in the number of worker back in the office according […]

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The Broker Bonus - THE TENANT ADVISOR

Do Broker Incentives Lease Office Space? One of the tactics a building owner and their leasing representative will use in order to create traffic and create more interest in leasing space in their project from the brokerage community is offering a bonus commission as an incentive. This broker bonus was around before I started my […]

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The Broker Bonus - THE TENANT ADVISOR
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