COSTAR COMMERCIAL REPEAT-SALE INDICES
Sep 18, 2013
General Commercial Index Posts Strongest Gain As Investors Search For Yield Beyond Core Investments; Liquidity Indicators Improving
Aug 14, 2013
Recovery Broadens As General Commercial Segment Edges Out Investment Grade Properties; Secondary Markets Outperform Primary Markets; And Retail And Office Pricing Outpaces Multifamily In Second Quarter
Jul 17, 2013
Strong Absorption Across All Size And Quality Dimensions Of Real Estate Sector Reflected In Broad-Based Pricing Gains
May 14, 2013
Breadth of Commercial Real Estate Recovery Widening Along With Acceleration in Lending Volume Across Capital Sources
Apr 17, 2013
While broader indices gave back some gains from 2012, advances in the investment grade segment, along with improving market fundamentals, signal positive shift in pricing momentum going forward.
Mar 13, 2013
Increasing Liquidity and Declining Distressed Sales Volume Signal Improving Investor Sentiment
Feb 13, 2013
Pricing recovery matures beyond multifamily to other property types and expands to more secondary markets
Jan 15, 2013
Strong Growth in the General Commercial Index Signals Continued Broad-Based Recovery
Dec 12, 2012
OCTOBER PRICES SHOW LITTLE MOVEMENT: The two broadest measures of aggregate pricing for commercial properties within the CCRSI—the equal-weighted U.S. Composite Index and the value-weighted U.S. Composite Index—saw very little change in the month of October 2012, dipping -0.1% and -0.8%, respectively, although both improved over quarter and year-ago levels. Recent pricing fluctuations likely signify a more cautious attitude among investors stemming from uncertainty over U.S. fiscal policy heading into 2013.
Nov 14, 2012
This month's CoStar Commercial Repeat Sale Indices (CCRSI) provide the market's first look at September 2012 commercial real estate pricing. Based on 845 repeat sales in September 2012 and more than 100,000 repeat sales since 1996, the CCRSI offers the broadest measure of commercial real estate repeat sales activity.
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