193 results for “Forecast”
Industrial Midwest

Is the industrial sector heading for slower growth?

| Dan Rafter

The industrial market has been so hot for so long, it’s easy to assume that this sector will continue booming for years. But a forecast published yesterday by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services casts some doubt on just how much growth this sector will see during the next three years.

Multifamily i Ohio

Sputtering? Not Columbus' apartment market

| Dan Rafter

Finding an apartment in one of Columbus’ top neighborhoods? That’s not easy. For proof, look to the 2019 Columbus, Ohio, multifamily forecast report released by Marcus & Millichap. According to the report, Columbus’ apartment vacancy rates will remain among the lowest of major U.S. metropolitan areas throughout this year.

Industrial N Illinois

The U.S. labor shortage: Is it real or economic semantics?

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

The U.S. economy is benefitting from one of the longest economic expansions in history, with more than 118 months of sustained growth, extending the longest employment expansion on record. As a result, labor market conditions have tightened in recent years, with shortages of qualified workers reported among multiple trades and occupations.

CRE X Missouri

St. Louis' Brinkmann Constructors makes key promotion

St. Louis’ Brinkmann Constructors has promoted Jennifer Funk to vice president of finance. She is responsible for the leadership of all accounting functions and involved in strategic planning, financial forecasting and developing company-wide accounting systems.

CRE N Illinois

NAIOP Chicago hosts 2019 forecast event

Over 300 industry professionals attended NAIOP Chicago’s 2019 real estate forecast breakfast meeting. For the eighth year, Dr. Mark Eppli, director and faculty associate, James A. Graaskamp Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, shared his industry trends and predictions.

CRE N Illinois

Forecast of Chicago development: The river runs through it

| Matt Baker

Yesterday, over 900 industry professionals packed into the Hyatt Regency Chicago for the 17th annual Chicago Real Estate Forecast. The most popular panel, which discussed the surge of development along the Chicago River, had attendees spilling out of the Grand Ballroom and craning their necks to hear from the hallway.

CRE N Illinois

Forecasting CRE in 2019 with Steven Weinstock

| Dan Rafter

What will this year hold for commercial real estate? Steven Weinstock, first vice president and regional manager with the Chicago Oak Brook office of Marcus & Millichap, said that he expects the year to be a strong one for the multifamily and self-storage markets.

CRE N Illinois

Ahead of the CRE Forecast, a look at Chicago in 2019

| Matt Baker

When the 850 or so expected industry professionals pour into the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Jan. 8 for the 17th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference, they’ll hear from dozens of experts about where the market is headed in 2019. We reached out to two of the speakers, Molly McShane and Drew Nieman, for a preview of what they feel t…

CRE N Illinois

Forecasting three corners of commercial real estate for 2019

| Matt Baker

All throughout 2018, the real estate market was once again buoyed by a virile U.S. economy. There may new challenges in 2019 in the forms of rising interest rates, tightening credit and lingering uncertainty over the geopolitical climate, yet many commercial real estate professionals remain bullish on the market going into the new year.

CRE N Illinois

The forecast for investment sales: Partly cloudy

| Matt Baker

Throughout the year, commercial real estate investors have signaled cautious optimism and 2018 rewarded that outlook. Will the same hold true in 2019? As real estate investors seek out the prime opportunities to improve their yields, there are specific market, asset and financial concerns to take into account.