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Commercial Real Estate Reports Multi-Family Real Estate

Goodman’s 2009 Year in Review

The 2009 Year in Review Goodman Report has come out, in case any of you guys aren’t subscribers there. Its a fantastic review on the Year’s Multi-Family commercial real estate trends and comparisons.

Check out the 2009 Year-in-Review Goodman report here:
http://goodmanreport.com/GetPubFile.asp?file=217&type=1

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Commercial Real Estate Reports Multi-Family Real Estate

New July 2009 Goodman Market Report

The Goodman`s have released their July Market report which compiles data from the first six months of the year and watches trends and compares whem with previous periods. A very interesting report for the multi-family investor and broker.

See the Goodman 2009 Multi-Family Market Report

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Commercial Real Estate Reports Office Real Estate

May 2009 CBRE Office Occupancy Report

CBRE released that May report last month. While its not new news, its still useful and pertinent information that is a good read if you haven’t taken a look yet. Plus it has CB’s fancy branding and design, which is always very well done.

May 2009 Report Link

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Commercial Real Estate Reports Retail Real Estate

Retail Lease Rates Spring 2009 Report

Might be a month late on this one, but still an interesting read. This is a report from Colliers International with all the top Global Retail Centres and their rates. Top retail corridors in the US including 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue in New York saw decreases in lease rates of $250 and $350 per square foot per annum respectively.. which is a huge drop.

See the attached PDF article for more info an comparisons of the most expensive retail rents in the world:

Colliers Global Retail 2009 Report

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Commercial Real Estate Reports Vancouver Real Estate News

Vancouver Resale Homes Continue to Rise in May

Canada Real Estate Association statistics are out for May, and they show seasonally adjusted sales increases of 8 percent for Vancouver. While not directly related to commercial real estate, an increase in residential real estate sales indicates consumer confidence and a return to a balanced economy. This is good news for the Commercial Investor.

Original Article:
CREA Article