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2013 Mid Year Blue Book

2013 Mid Year Blue Book

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The CBC® Blue Book offers a unique market perspective with data generated by true commercial real estate market experts – the professionals of the Coldwell Banker Commercial companies. The Blue Book highlights one of the strengths of the Coldwell Banker Commercial organization: our national footprint. The CBC organization’s strong local market coverage combined with our global reach is a key differentiator that helps our clients obtain real-time market information in order to make informed real estate decisions.
The CBC® Blue Book offers a unique market perspective with data generated by true commercial real estate market experts – the professionals of the Coldwell Banker Commercial companies. The Blue Book highlights one of the strengths of the Coldwell Banker Commercial organization: our national footprint. The CBC organization’s strong local market coverage combined with our global reach is a key differentiator that helps our clients obtain real-time market information in order to make informed real estate decisions.

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2013
BlueBook
SEMI-ANNUALMarket Intelligence Report
Check out thecbcworldwide.com
MARKETS SNAPSHOTS
For Commercial Real Estate
 
CONTENTS
AL - Houston County 4AL - Montgomery 4AK - Anchorage 5AZ - Sedona 5AR - Little Rock 6CA - Antelope Valley 6CA - Chico 7CA - Inland Empire North / Victor Valley 7CA - Long Beach / South Bay 8CA - Modesto 8CA - Napa & Sonoma Valleys 9CA - Newport Beach 9CA - North Los Angeles County 10CA - North State 10CA - Oakland / East Bay 11CA - Orange County 11CA - Riverside / Corona Valley 12CA - Riverside / South West 12CA - Roseville / Placer County 13CA - San Mateo County 13CA - West Los Angeles 14CO - Denver 14CO - Grand Junction / Mesa County 15CT - Fairfield County 15DE - Sussex County 16FL - Boca Raton 16FL - Charlotte County 17FL - Daytona Beach / Ormond Beach 17FL - Deltona / Daytona Beach 18FL - Florida Keys / Key West 18FL - Fort Myers / Naples 19FL - Gainesville 19FL - Indian River County 20FL - Jacksonville 20FL - Lakeland / Winter Haven 21FL - Melbourne / Brevard County 21FL - Melbourne / Palm Bay / Titusville 22FL - Ocala, Marion County 22FL - Port Orange / New Smyrna Beach 23FL - Sarasota / Manatee / Charlotte 23FL - St. Lucie County 24FL - Tallahassee 24FL - Tampa Bay 25GA - Athens 25GA - Atlanta, Greater MSA 26GA - Columbus 26GA - Dalton / Whitfield County 27GA - Hinesville / Fort Stewart 27GA - Lake Oconee Trade Area 28GA - Marietta 28GA - Middle Georgia 29GA - Savannah 29HI - Honolulu 30ID - Boise, Idaho 30ID - Coeur d’Alene 31ID - Eastern 31IL - Bloomington / Normal 32IL - Champaign / Urbana 32IL - Chicagoland 33IN - East Central Indiana 33IN - Indianapolis 34KS - Garden City 34KS - Kansas City Meto Area 35KY - Lexington 35KY - Louisville Metro 36KY - Southern 36LA - Lafayette 37LA - New Orleans 37ME - Midcoast and Southern 38MI - Northern 38MI - Western 39MN - Central 39MN - Mankato 40MN - Minneapolis Metro 40MS - Gulfport / Biloxi 41MO - St. Joseph 41MT - Billings 42NE - Lincoln 42NV - Reno / Sparks 43NJ - Central & Northern 43NJ - Morris County 44NJ - Northern 44NM - Albuquerque / Bernalillo County 45NY - Long Island 45NY - New York City 46NC - Greensboro / Guilford County 46NC - Piedmont Triad 47NC - Wilmington 47ND - Fargo / Moorhead 48OH - Cincinnati 48OH - Cleveland 49OK - Oklahoma City Metro 49OK - Tulsa, Oklahoma 50OR - Portland 50OR - Salem 51OR - Southern 51PA - Northeastern 52PA - Philadelphia, Northern Suburbs 52PA - Southwestern 53SC - Charleston 53SC - Columbia 54SC - Greenville 54SC - Myrtle Beach 55SC - Spartanburg 55SC - Sumter 56SD - Rapid City 56TN - Chattanooga Metro 57TN - East 57TN - Nashville 58TX - Abilene 58TX - Amarillo 59TX - Austin 59TX - Bryan / College Station 60TX - Central / South 60TX - Houston 61TX - Lubbock 61TX - Rio Grande Valley MSA 62TX - Victoria 62TX - Waco 63UT - Salt Lake County 63VA - Fredericksburg 64VA - Lynchburg 64WA - Clark County 65WA - King County 65WI - Janesville / Beloit 66WI - Madison, Greater 66WY - Cheyenne Metro 67INTERNATIONALBermuda 68Canada - Aurora, Ontario 68Canada - Barrie, Ontario 69Canada - Innisfil, Ontario 69Canada - Kelowna / West Kelowna, BC 70Canada - Newmarket, Ontario 70Canada - Orillia, Ontario 71Canada - Ottawa, Canada 71Canada - Richmond Hill, Ontario 72Canada - Trail, British Columbia 72Canada - Vaughan, Ontario 73Canada - Waterloo Region, Ontario 73Canada - Winnipeg Area, Manitoba 74Costa Rica 74France - Paris 75Guatemala 75Italy 76Mexico - Mexico City 76Puerto Rico 77Spain - Barcelona & Cataluña Region 77United Arab Emirates - Dubai 78
 
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Vacancy Absorption Rental Rates
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11 Markets78 Markets39 Markets
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80 Markets15 Markets24 Markets
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35 Markets30 Markets60 Markets
*Based off 127 US Markets (Information was N/A in certain sectors)
US TRENDS*
The Coldwell Banker Commercial
®
(CBC) Blue Book offers a unique market perspective with data generated by truecommercial real estate market experts – the professionals of the Coldwell Banker Commercial companies within the localmarkets.
Source: Reis. 2013 Industrial are projections.
OFFICE retail industrial mulI-family
Q2 2012Q2 2013
17.0%17.3%4,004,0007,220,000$28.17$28.78
VacancyAbsorptionRental Rates
OFFICEretailindustrialmultI-family
Vacancy Absorption Rental Rates
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7 Markets85 Markets40 Markets
q
88 Markets9 Markets26 Markets
n
28 Markets31 Markets56 Markets
Vacancy Absorption Rental Rates
p
14 Markets77 Markets61 Markets
q
79 Markets19 Markets8 Markets
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25 Markets21 Markets48 Markets
Vacancy Absorption Rental Rates
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8 Markets85 Markets85 Markets
q
87 Markets6 Markets1 Markets
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15 Markets18 Markets23 Markets
Q2 2012Q2 2013
11.9%11.5%1,739,0001,392,000$17.96$18.11
20122013
10.0%9.4%96,277,000101,003,000$4.61$4.70
Q2 2012Q2 2013
4.8%4.3%34,41831,973$1,082$1,110
The charts below represent how many of the 127 US markets submitted in this book are Up, Down or had NoChange.**
Jun 2012 vs Jun 2013Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Largest Decrease:Modesto, CA - 2.8%
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16 Markets
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103 Markets
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8 Markets
UNEMPLOYMENT
Demand: Office mirrors job creation in the overall economy,the primary demand drivers have been in the Medical,Education, Technology and Energy sectors.Demand: Grocery Anchored shopping centers are doingwell with a trend toward specialty anchors such as WholeFoods, Trader Joes and Sprouts. High end and low end(discounters) are doing better, the middle is not the placeto be, see Sears and JC Penny.Demand: According to REIS e-Commerce & Internetfulfillment have been driving demand while import/exportactivity is tapering off due to economic activity outside the U.S.Supply: The level off of vacancy has been a function ofincreased supply growth. REIS has indicated that newunits coming on line are 85% pre-leased indicating thatdemand remains strong.Of the 16 markets where the unemploymentrate rose, it was less than 1% increase ineach market.

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