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Retail e-Volution: Predictions for 2025 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

What a Difference 6 Months Make 

As the U.S. looks for a robust economic recovery throughout 2021, the country and commercial real estate face challenges in worker shortage, inflation, and foreign nations’ vaccination efforts. 

The Only Constant Is Change 
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended commercial real estate, but market sectors have opportunities to bounce back amid difficult forecasts.
Mid-Year Market Update 

 

Prepare for a Commercial Real Estate Finance Disruption 

 

Yield Ahead 

While the U.S. economy picked up steam in 2018 thanks to strong confidence from both consumers and businesses, commercial real estate professionals may need to brace for some speed bumps ahead in 2019.

Sunny With a Few Clouds 

CCIM Institute Chief Economist KC Conway shares his CRE capital markets outlooks for 2020. The forecast for commercial real estate markets in 2020 is promising, but investment will require sophistication to avoid potential pitfalls. 

Reusing the Old 

A new trend in pop-up retailing | Crafting cross-border fire safety standards | Multifamily goes green | Industrial property sale-leaseback  options on the rise | Work trends drive shift to lower-cost cities | Real estate costs top law firm expenses | Top five U.S. hotel development markets

Amazon HQ2: The Final 20 by the Numbers 

CCIM Institute’s Chief Economist examines how Amazon narrowed the site-selection field. At the time of writing, Amazon has not yet announced the North American city that will be selected for HQ2, but it has narrowed the list of contenders from 238 metros to just 20. How did Amazon narrow such a large fiel

Tariffs and Trade Could Stall Economy 

Combined, the tariffs on China and potential penalties on Mexico are tough to shake off. Additionally, the timing is terrible because it complicates the crucial ratification of the USMCA. The damage from tariffs and trade wars won’t show up in the data for months.

Waiting to See 

COVID-19 was the black swan event nobody could have predicted, so prepare for 2021 by understanding what you don’t know.

Last-Mile Logistics: Commercial Real Estate’s Growth Engine 

In this Commercial Real Estate Insights report, “Last-Mile Logistics: Commercial Real Estate’s Growth Engine,” CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway illustrates how logistics infrastructure is driving the where and why for site selection across property types, advancing job growth and the economy. in the U.S.

Amazon HQ2: A Reset Button for Site Selection 

1Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report Dear Reader: This year, CCIM Institute is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Alabama Center for Real Estate to bring you our new Commercial Real Estate Insights series. Since its founding more than 50 years ago,

Commercial Real Estate Finance Disruption: Déjà Vu or Something New? 

3Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report - Adaptive Reuse:  Turning Blight into Bright

Adaptive Reuse: Turning Blight into Bright 

3Q18 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report - Adaptive Reuse:  Turning Blight into Bright

Retail e-Volution: Predictions for 2025 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

Vector Calibration: 2020 Capital Markets 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

Office CRE: The Rest of the Story Is Still Being Written 

In this Commercial Real Estate Insights report, “Last-Mile Logistics: Commercial Real Estate’s Growth Engine,” CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway illustrates how logistics infrastructure is driving the where and why for site selection across property types, advancing job growth and the economy. in the U.S.

Long May You Run: An Essential Commercial Real Estate Tuneup 

Disruptive companies such as Amazon, WeWork, and Airbnb are changing the way we use, analyze, and value property. The industry is behind the curve in recognizing and developing the measures, analytical tools, and valuation models needed to underwrite and advise investors in response to the ever-evolving landscape. Today, new metrics and analytical tools are needed by lenders, investors, and property owners alike.

Sunny With a Few Clouds 

CCIM Institute Chief Economist KC Conway shares his CRE capital markets outlooks for 2020. The forecast for commercial real estate markets in 2020 is promising, but investment will require sophistication to avoid potential pitfalls.