Tight vacancies lead to robust development.
Steady as she goes: U.S. office market remains on solid ground.
This is the National Dashboard of Canada’s Six major industrial markets for the second quarter of 2017.
This is the National Dashboard of Canada’s six major office markets for the second quarter of 2017.
Office markets remain solid as rents peak and vacancy levels off.
The Canadian commercial real estate market continues to fluctuate from market to market.
Exploring retail in the health care setting.
Multimodal logistics moves freight by combining two or more transport modes. In its latest industrial report Colliers International highlights emerging European multimodal platforms and discusses the drivers and prospects for multimodal logistics in Europe.
Strong U.S. office market continues to cool but select upside remains.
Industrial market strong despite a break from record activity.
Foundations Still Firm
Colliers' 2017 Spring Retail Report compares the Fall 2016 report projections with the final 2016 retail sale results. It also examines data for markets across the country and discusses the evolution of shopping centres into mixed-use town centres.
The major office markets in Canada, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, equate to 476 million square feet of inventory – 89% of the entire country. Of these markets, three have the majority of the inventory in the urban core, and three have the majority of the inventory in suburban markets...
Myths, misconceptions and opportunities.
Examining the increased presence of health care in the retail setting.
The LATAM Cap Rates Report shares current trends by the commercial real estate market. In addition to describing the most significant financial factors, the report portrays the stages for each type of commercial asset in the investment cycle at each country. Available in Spanish, English and Brazilian Portuguese.
The outlook for the Canadian real estate market varies throughout the country. Markets such as Vancouver and Toronto have experienced continued development and aggressive price growth. Secondary markets also benefited as investors looked to these markets to place capital.
Learn about the key trends impacting nine major U.S. ports and the surrounding industrial real estate markets.
The growth of e-commerce, technology change and other cyclical and structural factors, like the crisis of the shipping industry, are reshaping supply chains and have major implications for industrial property portfolios/markets according to a new research from Colliers International.
In Asia’s competitive office market, we are seeing larger scale end users increasingly demand more flexibility with their workspace mix.
Office markets nearing peaks as rent growth slows.
The Canadian hotel industry capped off 2016 with $4.1 billion in transaction volume, with 2017 expected to see over $3 billion in overall transaction activity.
Colliers' latest report reveals that the correlation between growth in office-based jobs and office investment turnover during the last economic and investment cycle is absolutely clear. In order to maintain this positive outlook, the priority for major European cities has to be focused on generating more high-quality, value-added office-based jobs to drive occupier and investment demand for assets.
Fact or Fantasy?
Colliers’ 'Cities of Influence' report features a ‘TLC’ index in which 20 major European cities are ranked in terms of talent, location, and cost.
Learn about the 10 emerging U.S. industrial markets positioned to experience the most robust increases in demand from occupiers and owners.
The European Hotel Attractiveness Index is the outcome of a unique analysis of the hotel investment climate in 20 European cities. It highlights how demand and hotel performance factors correlate to the attractiveness of each market in terms of the acquisition of existing hotels and the development of new ones.
The Canadian economy saw significant ebb and flow throughout the year, which eventually capped off with an unimpressive 1.3 per cent real GDP growth in 2016.
Amidst rising rents and falling vacancies, North American law firms seek efficiencies.
Despite slowing growth, further upside remains for U.S. office market.
North American big-box development and leasing achieves best year yet in 2016.
2016 industrial momentum lays the groundwork for 2017.
The economic environment in Asia is mostly healthy in 2017.
Changes ahead: Trump, the aging economic cycle and property market impacts.
Prospects improving in China and Hong Kong; time to look again at Singapore.
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Rents hold steady despite softening fundamentals.
U.S. property markets still robust but approaching top of cycle.
Despite record occupancy, areas of uncertainty remain for health care.
Multifamily remains a smart play despite growing questions and challenges.
Once banished to the central food court, dining has become much more than a retail afterthought.
U.S. industrial fundamentals defy the usual Q3 slowdown.
U.S. office market fundamentals level off but remain positive.
Office leasing velocity eases in Q3.
"New Tech" Tenants Are Driving U.S. Office Absorption.
Supply chain modernization creating robust demand for Big-Boxes at mid-year.
Volume declines obscure strong investor demand.
A record-breaking quarter shows U.S. industrial market firing on all cylinders.
Positive U.S. office fundamentals point to continued gains in occupancy & asking rents.
U.S. Industrial Vacancy Lowest in Over a Decade. Colliers predicts absorption positive and rents ascending for the foreseeable future.
While sales volume decreased, pricing has remained elevated as the inventory of top quality assets available has diminished.
Commercial real estate registered another strong year of sales transactions in 2015, nearly matching the record pace of transactions in 2007.
Industrial distribution centers construction and transaction activity soar - with early 2016 activity pointing to continued growth.
Colliers 2016 Healthcare Marketplace report analyzes the industry and its effect on CRE
The U.S. industrial market remains at a post-recession high, recording the lowest levels of vacancy coupled with record construction activity.
Nearly 40% of the 80 markets Colliers tracks have vacancy rates at or below their pre-recession lows.
Sector currently has record absorption and rental rate increases, though some factors may slow growth
Falling vacancies and increasing absorption is projected to continue into Q4 2015
Shale boom, oil surplus, and renewable energy all have contributed to real estate changes
Colliers International analysis uncovers critical need for more extensive logistics and warehousing networks in towns and cities worldwide to support urban, online demand
Colliers cites potential for a record year for total transactions
North American industrial completions, absorption and occupancy hit seven-year high in 2015 Q2 North American Industrial Report
North American office absorption improved and new construction up slightly in our 2015 Q2 North American Office Report
Check out one of our most requested reports, which documents traditional lease terms in nearly 60 countries
Second half of year is expected to show positive economic growth driven by the U.S. economy's recovery, lower oil prices and more
A seemingly simple question becomes more complex as we try to answer it: Find out more in the Spring 2015 edition of the Canada National Retail Report
Near historic lows in industrial property vacancy rates in many markets create upward pressure on rents in Q1
New U.S. Capital Flows report shows strong start in Q1 2015 with year-over-year volume of $129 billion
Our report forecasts that the office market in the United States and Canada will experience growth in 2015 in spite of a slow first quarter
Check out our comprehensive survey of over 620 investors and gain insights into the direction of investment markets for the next 12 months
Read how North American law firms are evaluating space usage as market gradually approaches prerecession levels
Our latest Global Retail Highlights report looks at 125 key shopping districts in 50 countries, offering insights into current performance and trends for the near future.
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