Investors look to CRE market future

Commercial real estate investment may continue to improve despite slowly recovering conditions.

Some property management companies may see a heightened level of interest from market investors in the coming months, as many adjust to the current state of affairs in the economy and market climate.

The market may still be dealing with economic problems and slow recovery for the next several months, so many investors will need to attempt to take full advantage of the current situation, a report from Real Estate Research completed with the National Association of Realtors and Deloitte said. There should still be a recovery climate for the commercial market during the coming months, despite the slow growth, overall.

“It is time to stop waiting for the economy and the investment environment to get better,” said Kenneth Riggs, Jr., chairman and president of RERC. “This is it – this is the new normal – and we need to turn the page on the past and make the adjustments needed to be successful for the balance of this decade.”

This news builds on the national market performance from the fourth quarter, as a report from CBRE noted that office vacancies fell 10 basis points during that period. Additionally, the vacancy rate for multifamily properties was 5 percent during the final three months of 2012.

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