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Market insight is the essential ingredient in all of the services we offer. Our researchers continuously source and analyze data in every major global market, helping you adapt to drivers outside your industry and region that could impact your business.

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Another Banner Year for Commercial Real Estate Transactions

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Recent Reports

Q4 2015 Industrial Report

The U.S. industrial market remains at a post-recession high, recording the lowest levels of vacancy coupled with record construction activity.

Q4 2015 Office Report

Nearly 40% of the 80 markets Colliers tracks have vacancy rates at or below their pre-recession lows.

Q4 2015 Top Office Metros Snapshot

Growth continues in core areas of top office markets. Tech, corporate relocations and professional services strong drivers of activity.

The California Water Crisis

It has been four years since significant rainfall graced the Golden State; what was once fodder for Late Show jokes about designer bottled water is now a serious problem for residents of the western coast of the United States

Positive Outcomes and Positive Returns: The Resurgence of the Medical Office Market

“The U.S. healthcare industry and medical office market are in transition due to several sea change issues: the Affordable Care Act; the aging baby boomer population; and advancements in technology that are profoundly impacting healthcare delivery. This report examines these trends in detail and their impact on healthcare real estate and the investment climate.”

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Get Inspired by Insights

Read the latest blog posts from U.S. Chief Economist Andrew Nelson, covering general economic topics as well as issues related to property markets

Knowledge Leader Spring/Summer 2015

Read About the Future of Industrial CRE

Read About the Future of Industrial CRE Body: In the Winter 2016 issue of Knowledge Leader, we talk with Gene Reilly, CEO of the Americas for industrial real estate giant Prologis, and explore how industrial properties and logistics will look quite different in the not-too-distant future

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