Commercial Site Selection

REALTOR® Site Selection is the key That Unlocks Local Economic Development Efforts

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*Reshaping Local Economic Development With Site Selection


Insurance Costs Trends Becoming a Headache for the CRE Market

Year-over-year insurance cost growth has spiked in recent years. The average cost of insurance tends to be much higher for properties exposed to acute climate risks, but the elevated insurance expense growth rate is largely ubiquitous across the country.

In this report, our experts review the insurance costs trends of over 100,000 properties over the last 20 years. They have summarized trends in insurance rates nationally, identified the markets with the highest insurance costs and rate of cost inflation, and differentiated properties and their insurance costs where modeling suggests the greatest potential damage and business interruption due to acute climate-related hazards. Read more:


Q2 2023 Preliminary Trend Announcement

Apartment holding strong, Office bumping along, and Retail in it for the long haul


Decoding the Economy: Mission Possible?

Recession or no recession in 2023-24, commercial property is facing debt maturities and devaluation.
June 28, 2023 12:00pm
The Counselors of Real Estate’s Economic Advisory Council, an esteemed group of American and European advisers with a stellar reputation for forecasting, will offer analysis and interpretation of economic indicators, fiscal policies, and property market data, and explain how the convergence of the three is impacting commercial real estate. Click below to register for this free webinar:

Office: Truth and Consequences

The truth: Analysts and investors liken struggling office buildings to dying malls...just as e-commerce impacted aging shopping centers and big box retail, hybrid work is impacting offices and business districts globally.

The consequences: Office building values by some estimates have fallen as much as 25% from just a year ago, while some analysts predict there will be more than 300 million square feet of excess office space by the end of the decade.

Please join us April 6 as moderator Kevin Kelly, executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield, shares exclusive new research on office occupiers and trends, and engages panelists including Julie Whelan, CRE, global head of occupier thought leadership for CBRE, on measuring the workplace experience, obsolescence, availability of debt capital, and office-to-residential conversions.

You may register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IwaVPIl0Q52wkSwqmcbpTQ
All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar.