Austin Office Market Report | Q4 2016

February 2, 2017

Austin’s Office Market Seems to be Leveling Out While Austin is still very much a landlord’s market, it’s not the same feeding frenzy it was six to twelve months ago. Base rental rates stayed largely flat, while building operating expenses continued to increase (primarily due to increasing property taxes). Our team has seen a number […]

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2017 Health Care Real Estate Report

January 30, 2017

Despite Record Occupancy, Areas of Uncertainty Remain for Healthcare We are pleased to share Colliers International’s 2017 Health Care Marketplace Report, which shows that 2016 was a year of expansion for health care real estate in the United States. As 2017 gets underway, health care providers and health system owners are facing a variety of […]

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Houston Retail Market Report | Q4 2016

January 26, 2017

 Houston’s retail market remains strong and moves into 2017 with a healthy outlook Houston’s retail market ends 2016 on a positive note and moves into 2017 as the healthiest commercial real estate sector in the metro. The average vacancy rate remained unchanged at 5.8% on an annual basis and only increased 10 basis point on […]

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Houston Industrial Market Report | Q4 2016

January 23, 2017

Houston’s industrial market ends 2016 on a positive note During the final quarter of 2016, 1.9 million SF of Houston’s industrial inventory was absorbed, substantially less than the 6.3 million SF absorbed in the third quarter. However, 3.9 million SF of the space that was absorbed in the previous quarter was a result of one […]

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Houston Office Market Report | Q4 2016

January 21, 2017

After several years of economic woes, Houston’s office market coasts into 2017 After several challenging years, Houston’s office market saw some improvement over the quarter. The market will most likely remain relatively flat, coasting through 2017. The citywide vacancy rate increased by only 40 basis points between quarters, and absorption, although negative, was only a […]

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