CBRE Economist Predicts the U.S. Real Estate Market Will Stay the Course in the Coming Year
With interest rates poised to rise,NREI recently talked with Richard Barkham, Ph.D., executive director and global chief economist at commercial real estate services firm CBRE to discuss what lies ahead for the U.S. commercial real estate market in 2016.
NREI:It looks like the Fed will finally raise interest rates in December. Do you agree with that consensus?
Volatility to favour real estate again in 2016 – La Francaise/Forum
Heightened global economic volatility is likely to persist next year and real estate returns will continue to offer an attractive investment home, says the JV between Paris-based La Francaise and London's Forum group. “In an environment of low economic growth and deflationary pressures we continue to believe that the attractiveness of real estate has not vanished,” said the report, signed by Jana Sehnalova, MD and Global Portfolio Manager of Forum Securities.
Chinese Cash Floods U.S. Real Estate Market By Keith Bradsher Some of the Chinese money pouring into the global economy has gone into residential property, in major American cities and places like Corinth, Tex.