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Commercial Real Estate Outlook 2019 Released by Deloitte US

In Deloitte’s new commercial real estate outlook for 2019, you’ll find their perspective on how the competitive landscape is changing as well as how new business models are emerging to disrupt the CRE landscape. Of course, they focus on technology as this slow to change commercial real estate industry adopts the latest in financial and real estate technology to enhance its management of data, market decision making, and meeting investor and tenant demands.

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Here are the MA and NH Mattress Firm Locations Closing | Retail Real Estate Trends

Mattress Firm’s latest bankruptcy filing will affect retail real estate trends in Massachusetts and New Hampshire as they move to reduce their retail footprint in the area. These 6,000 SF store blocks will be challenging to fill because few retail tenants in the market demand these size spaces as well as have little impact on parking ratios. Expect to see retail real estate investors demising these spaces to create 2-3 new units to accommodate retail tenant demand and to better align with changes in the retail real estate trends market.

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Fed Raises Interest Rates, CRE Sector Shrugs It Off – Boston Commercial Real Estate Market Trends

As the Federal Reserve Bank moves to increase its key short-term rate, most commercial real estate investors expected the increase and have priced the change into their market valuations. This means that Greater Boston Commercial Real Estate Market Trends are accounting for the increased cost of capital today in adjustments to acquisition and disposition capitalization rates as well as optimism around inflation in the economy driven by positive GDP, which may ultimately result in rent growth and help to buoy investment valuations against a rising cost of capital marketplace. MANSARD’s boston commercial real estate market trends tip: watch the debt rate and its corresponding relationship to acquisition cap rates in the next 12 months. Buyer pricing will be increasingly sensitive to the cost of borrowed funds as will their estimates for exit cap rate valuation in their discounted cash flow models.

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