Investment capital continues to flow into commercial real estate in pursuit of increasingly scarce returns — Avison Young releases its Fall 2016 North America, U.K. and Germany Commercial Real Estate Investment Review.
Investor appetite for commercial real estate assets remains relatively healthy – despite ongoing geopolitical influences, which lend some uncertainty to the marketplace – as buyers look to increase allocations to the sector in their ongoing quest for yield. Scarcity of available product remains a factor in many markets as stakeholders keep an eye on interest-rate hikes and their potential effect on pricing.
These are some of the key trends noted in Avison Young’s Fall 2016 North America, U.K. and Germany Commercial Real Estate Investment Review, released today.
The report covers commercial real estate investment conditions in 51 markets in four countries on two continents:
Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto,Vancouver, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus OH, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield County, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Houston, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Long Island, Los Angeles, Miami,Minneapolis, Nashville, New Jersey, New York, Oakland, Orange County,Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Raleigh-Durham, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego County, San Francisco, San Mateo, Tampa, Washington DC,West Palm Beach, Coventry U.K., London U.K., Berlin, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich.