Marcus & Millichap

Research Reports

  • Clear Select Property Type
  • Clear Select Property Location
    • Jump to Region:
  • Clear Keyword Search

Atlanta Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Atlanta Area, Second Half 2016

The Atlanta economy registered annual job growth of 2.7 percent in the second quarter, a gain of 68,900 workers. In 2016, employers will expand payrolls 2.9 percent through the addition of 75,000 positions.More

Austin Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Austin Area, Second Half 2016

Austin employers expanded employment 3.8 percent at midyear from one year earlier with the addition of 36,700 workers. At the end of this year the workforce is forecast to advance 3.4 percent from the same time last year, a gain of 33,520 jobs.More

Baltimore Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Baltimore Area, Second Half 2016

Employment increased 2.8 percent in the second quarter from one year earlier with the addition of 38,700 workers. At the end of this year the workforce will expand 1.8 percent, gaining 25,000 jobs. Retail sales at year-end will be up 1.7 percent from last year, bringing sales volume for 2016 to $46.4 billion.More

Boston Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Boston Area, Second Half 2016

Growth in Boston employment will support the addition of 55,000 workers, a 2.1 percent gain in 2016, on par with the prior year increase of 53,700 positions. Employees are spending paychecks, supporting a 3.7 percent gain in retail sales this year, up from the advance of 3.3 percent in 2015.More

Charlotte Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Charlotte Area, Second Half 2016

Employers generated 26,700 jobs in the 12 months ended at midyear, a 2.4 percent increase to the workforce. Job gains in 2016 will total 37,000 new workers, a 3.3 percent boost to employment.More

Chicago Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Chicago Area, Second Half 2016

Following a 1.3 percent increase to the workforce in the 12 months ending at midyear through the creation of 58,700 jobs, employment in 2016 is set to grow by 60,000 jobs. Annual retail sales volume will accelerate from last year’s pace of 3.0 percent, ending 2016 on a 4.9 percent gain.More