Tag: cap

  • U.S. commercial real estate cap rates forecast 2026

    U.S. commercial real estate cap rates forecast 2026

    [ad_1] Retail properties had the highest capitalization rates in the United States in 2023, followed by offices. The cap rate for office real estate was 6.54 percent in the fourth quarter of the year and was forecast to rise further to 7.39 percent in 2024. Cap rates measure the expected rate of return on investment,…

  • Trammell Crow, CBRE IM Cap Off Bay Area Industrial Campus

    Trammell Crow, CBRE IM Cap Off Bay Area Industrial Campus

    [ad_1] The Cochrane Technology Center, now the largest development of its kind in Silicon Valley. Photo courtesy of Trammell Crow Co. A joint venture between Trammell Crow Co. and CBRE Investment Management has completed construction of Cochrane Technology Center, a five-building, 500,000-square-foot speculative industrial campus located in Morgan Hill Calif., in the southern portion of…

  • 2023 Net Lease Industrial Sales and Cap Rates

    2023 Net Lease Industrial Sales and Cap Rates

    [ad_1] Source: Northmarq, Real Capital Analytics No sector of the single-tenant net lease market has been immune to recent slowdowns in sales activity, including industrial. With approximately $4.5 billion in sales reported for third quarter 2023, volume is down 23.5 percent from last quarter and more than 51 percent from this time last year. Cumulatively, the…

  • Median implied cap rate for US REITs expands again in Q3 2023

    Median implied cap rate for US REITs expands again in Q3 2023

    [ad_1] The median implied capitalization rate for US equity real estate investment trusts continued to creep upward in the third quarter, increasing 10 basis points to 8.3%, in what is the sixth consecutive quarter of expanding implied capitalization rates for the sector. The rates have reached their highest level since the second quarter of 2010,…

  • Is It Time to Recalibrate Net Lease Cap Rate Expectations?

    Is It Time to Recalibrate Net Lease Cap Rate Expectations?

    [ad_1] With demand coming from all corners of the investment landscape, competition has been pushing cap rates down on net lease assets for some time. But in an environment facing inflationary pressures and rising interest rates, is the tide turning? As of the fourth quarter of 2021, cap rates for retail, industrial and office net…

  • EQT Exeter Europe Logistics Value Fund IV closes at EUR 2.1 billion hard cap

    EQT Exeter Europe Logistics Value Fund IV closes at EUR 2.1 billion hard cap

    [ad_1] EQT Exeter Europe Logistics Value Fund IV closes at EUR 2.1 billion hard cap following strong support from existing and new international blue-chip investors EQT Exeter Europe Logistics Value Fund IV will pursue a value-add strategy to acquire, develop, redevelop, lease, operate, and sell supply chain and e-commerce focused big box warehouse, last mile…

  • ‘Landmark legislation’ in Holland set to cap off years-long zoning overhaul

    ‘Landmark legislation’ in Holland set to cap off years-long zoning overhaul

    [ad_1] HOLLAND — City officials are in the final stages of what has been a three-year process to overhaul Holland’s zoning codes into a model that encourages housing density while balancing neighborhood concerns.  The Holland City Council unanimously approved the Unified Development Ordinance, or UDO, for first reading at its July 7 meeting. Officials expect…