Ind. Space Demand Increases Need New Explanations

    by  • January 19, 2012 • CRE, Economics

    CoStar puts out a CRE centric article about increases in industrial space demand, due to manufacturing increases and ‘home-sourcing’ – or buying ‘Made-in-America.’ I don’t doubt the measurable observation in demand for industrial space – most specifically warehousing and manufacturing. Both of those are clear and with both imports increasing and demand sluggishly picking up, […]

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    Playing with Supply and Demand

    by  • January 18, 2012 • CRE, Economics

    I was just going over some of the economic data for Htown this evening – closing out the end of 2011 analysis, checking for December BLS figures – and decided to do a quick analysis of the Houston class A and B office space supply and demand. First I pulled the spreadsheets with the various […]

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    CBRE Trying to be Walmart of CRE

    by  • January 17, 2012 • CRE

    I wanted to post some quick thoughts. I’ve got to pick-up my daughter for a doctors appointment, but a colleague sent me this article prior to me escaping the office. The role CoStar plays is that CoStar makes data accessible to anyone who pays them for the aggregation/collection. So you don’t have to have CBRE’s […]

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