21 Predictions for CRE in 2013

by CoyDavidson on January 14, 2013


These economic and business trends will shape the way commercial property performs

Commercial real estate investors are cautiously optimistic, and steady economic improvement suggests 2013 will wind up with a respectable 1.5% to 2% global growth in GDP. This bodes well for the commercial property sector, especially global safe-haven cities such as London and New York, and industrial properties in global transportation centers that have invested in infrastructure.

See the most influential trends identified by Colliers International’s market experts and a region-by-region breakdown of key risks and drivers. Labor disputes, foreign/domestic investment, target yields, CMBS loans, political and economic uncertainty, and specific growth industries are explored in this comprehensive report.

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Colliers International 21 Predictions for 2013 by Coy Davidson

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