Monthly Archives: December 2010

Airport Industrial Real Estate Preparing For Take-Off

The economic downturn caused global cargo levels to drop and the demand for logistics space around the nation’s airports to decrease. And as the recession recedes, thumb the air cargo industry has experienced improvement in volumes, mainly driven by inventory restocking, but this has yet to result...
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Intense Competition For High Quality Commercial Real Estate

Institutional investors have remained notoriously selective about the types of commercial real estate assets and markets they buy during the country's choppy economic recovery in 2010, with little tolerance for properties with high vacancies -- or any, outside a handful of core markets...
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LAX On Track For All-Time High For Outgoing Cargo

Sales growth spurred by demand from a rising middle class in countries including China, India, Indonesia and Malaysia is helping lead the region's rebound, experts say. LAX is on track for an all-time high for outgoing cargo.
Southern California's twin ports are on track to post total exports for...
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Is The Record Price Gain Temporary ?

 
U.S. commercial real estate prices climbed 4.3% in September from the previous month, diagnosis according to the Moody’s/REAL Commercial Property Price Indices (CPPI). That’s the largest one-month gain in the index’s nine-year history, thumb and is encouraging for a market that has wrestled...
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Industrial Market Ending Year On The Upswing

Supply chain efficiencies remain a primary focus for industrial space users nationwide heading into the final weeks of 2010. And as movement begins to pick up among tenants, nurse especially in the country’s major intermodal markets, ailment we will end the year optimistic regarding fourth-quarter...
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Cautious, But Optimistic at NY ICSC Show

The second day of the ICSC New York National Conference and Dealmaking offered many of the same themes that played out at the beginning of the show. The mood of the attendees seemed noticeably more upbeat than in the past two years and everybody walked around the show floor with a...
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Industrial Real Estate Heating Up In Southern California

Landlords who own buildings used to make things or store goods are among the luckiest real estate investors in  Southern California, especially if your warehouse is in Orange County that is the latest forecast from the USC Lusk Center on Real Estate. Vacancies are dropping. Rents are going up. Your competition...
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