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Office Investment Forecast

National Report, 2016

The U.S. economy continued to make steady gains, overcoming numerous hurdles and headwinds last year to post solid growth across a wide spectrum of benchmarks. Corporations maintained near record profits, job growth was widespread, consumption rose at a steady pace and inflation remains incheck.More

Multifamily Investment Forecast

National Report, 2016

The apartment outlook for the coming year remains strong, though numerous hurdles undoubtedly await investors. Risks of rising inflation could push the Federal Reserve to tighten monetary policy as it cautiously balances generally positive performance indicators against mostly internationally spawned headwinds.More

Atlanta Multifamily Investment Forecast

Atlanta Metro Area, 2016 Outlook

The Atlanta economy will strengthen this year as corporations look to the metro as a premier market for expansion and relocation. An inflow of investor capital has supported broad-based development, with multiple billion-dollar projects currently underway.More

Austin Multifamily Investment Forecast

Austin Metro Area, 2016 Outlook

Steadily rising home prices and a growing population base will facilitate strong demand for apartments in Austin this year. More than 60,000 individuals will move to the metro in 2016, supporting the creation of 23,000 households in the area.More

Baltimore Multifamily Investment Forecast

Baltimore, 2016 Outlook

After years of sluggish job growth in Baltimore, employment opportunities are climbing, creating increased need for apartments. The expansion in hiring in the government, professional, education and trade sectors has led a number of college-educated employees from Washington, D.C., and other metros to the city, raising demand for live-work-play lifestyle housing.More

Boston Multifamily Investment Forecast

Boston Metro Area, 2016 Outlook

Boston-area tech and professional firms will lead job growth this year, boosting apartment demand in the core and immediately surrounding areas. Tech companies expanding at Kendall Square include Google, which has grown its Cambridge Center campus.More