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2012 CRE Economic Outlook Improving Winston Rowe & Associates
Winston Rowe & Associates is beginning to see an early phase of a cyclical recovery throughout the commercial real estate major markets with properties bottoming out and starting to stabilize. 248/-246-2243
Winston Rowe & Associates is a national no upfront fee commercial real estate finance firm specializing in complex real estate transactions for acquisition, portfolio repositioning and refinancing.
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2012 Commercial Real Estate Economic Outlook:
Winston Rowe & Associates is beginning to see an early phase of a cyclical recovery throughout the commercial real estate major markets with properties bottoming out and starting to stabilize.
Real estate investment performance continues to display favorable conditions, a result of historically low borrowing rates and a modest inflationary outlook. Very limited new supply and rising demand is buoying real estate fundamentals for most property types.
The strongest markets include New York City, San Francisco/San Jose, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Boston and Houston, with value-add and new development emerging as popular strategies in this sector. However, with this rapid increase in new development comes a moderate risk of excessive supply in the next two to three years.
High-tech, energy and professional and business services markets such as Austin, San Francisco/San Jose, Seattle, Houston and New York City outperformed, while markets with high levels of federal, state and local government employment remained weak.
Port markets posted the greatest absorption, including the Inland Empire, Oakland, Houston and Miami, as well as select inland markets, including Dallas, Atlanta and Central Pennsylvania. Large warehouse properties are seeing the greatest space demand to date, with opportunities present in build-to-suit and speculative development in select markets. Overall, industrial rent growth continues to lag, but growth is generally forecast in 2012 as long as demand continues to grow and landlord concessions decline.
Retail absorption nationally turned slightly positive in 2011, marking the first year of positive net absorption since 2007. Despite the positive absorption, vacancy remained unchanged at 11 percent as a result of an equal amount of new deliveries.
Following three years of rent declines, retail effective rents were unchanged in 2011.
Retail is a divided sector, despite relatively robust consumer spending over the past six months: Necessity and high-end retailers are doing well, while middle retailers are being squeezed. We do not anticipate any meaningful rent growth until late 2012. We also anticipate construction to be minimal, holding vacancy in check.
Hotel The hotel sector has had continued solid operating performance, with growth in revenue per available room of 7 percent in 2011, enhanced by robust corporate travel. While a weak economic recovery and high fuel prices remain risks to room demand in 2012, muted supply growth may provide a boost to occupancy.
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