PICOR Connect | Trends in Commercial Real Estate

Tucson CRE’s Momentum Unwavering: TREND Report

Posted on Wed, Aug 14, 2019

Like Forrest Gump and Jenny, or peas and carrots, commercial real estate and the economy enjoy a special relationship. Thus at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, we introduce our quarterly commercial real estate update with an economic backdrop to inform our perspective.

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Topics: Tucson, Industrial, Economy, Investment property, Absorption, Market trends, Vacancy, Office, Retail, Multifamily

C&W | PICOR Team Recognized for Tucson CRE Performance

Posted on Thu, Apr 18, 2019

CoStar Group, Inc., the data/analytics leader of the commercial real estate industry, recently announced this year’s Power Broker Award recipients, recognizing professionals and firms who closed the highest volume in commercial real estate transactions in their respective markets.

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Topics: Tucson, Industrial, Commercial real estate, Leasing, Office, Retail, Leadership, Multifamily, Marketing

Multifamily Mojo Continues in Tucson Region

Posted on Wed, Feb 27, 2019

The vacancy rate of conventionally-operated, stabilized units increased 0.17% from last quarter to 6.1%. The University submarket had the lowest vacancy of any submarket at 3.7%. South Central Tucson, Southeast Tucson, and Pantano/Lakeside were the only three submarkets to record vacancies over 7.0%, with vacancies of 8.3%, 7.7% and 7.0% respectively. Five of the 15 submarkets experienced improved vacancy, with Tucson Mountain Foothills leading the way with a vacancy reduction of 2.0%. 

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Topics: Tucson, Economy, Housing, Commercial real estate, Absorption, Market trends, Vacancy, Leasing, Apartments, Multifamily

The State of Tucson's Apartment Market: TREND Report

Posted on Mon, Sep 11, 2017

The Tucson apartment market has been driven by a multitude of factors. The first factor that is driving the apartment market is that higher paying jobs are entering the Tucson economy. Tucson’s job growth remained relatively stagnant the past five years with median household income in the metro area 15.5% below that of the U. S. Several recent, high-profile jobs announcements included hundreds of highly-skilled and highly-compensated positions. The second wave of employers contracting with and supporting these primary employers will broaden the opportunities at all levels. As reported by the MAP Dashboard project, Tucson’s MSA enjoys a lower cost of living than many of its peer cities in the West and was 3.0% below the nation, driven largely by rental rates (2015 data).

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Topics: Tucson, Commercial real estate, Investment property, Market trends, Apartments, Multifamily

Tucson Apartment Market Sees Continued Traction

Posted on Tue, May 09, 2017

In Tucson's apartment market, the vacancy rate for conventionally-operated, stabilized units decreased by 0.35% from the previous quarter, while improving 0.28% from one year ago to 6.52%. Eight of Tucson’s 15 submarkets experienced occupancy gains, with the greatest improvements occurring in Tucson Mountain Foothills (-2.12%) and South Tucson/Airport (-2.09%).

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Topics: Economy, Commercial real estate, Investment property, Leasing, Apartments, Multifamily

Positive Outlook for Tucson Apartment Market in 2017

Posted on Tue, Feb 21, 2017

 

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Topics: Tucson, Economy, Commercial real estate, Vacancy, Leasing, Apartments, Multifamily

Across-the-Board Improvement for Tucson Apartment Market

Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2016

Tucson’s apartment market experienced positive growth in all of the market indicators from the previous quarter. The vacancy rate for stabilized units improved by 0.56% from the previous quarter to a rate of 6.27%. 

 

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Topics: Tucson, Economy, Commercial real estate, Investment property, Leasing, Apartments, Multifamily

Mid Year Tucson Multifamily Update

Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2016

Tucson’s multifamily market experienced minimal change from the previous quarter. The vacancy rate for stabilized units in Tucson increased 2 basis points from the previous quarter to a rate of 6.83%. This figure is very encouraging, given the seasonal nature of the Tucson apartment rental market. Many residents leave for the summer, escaping extreme heat, along with many students returning home. This is the lowest second quarter vacancy rate reported since 2006. Absorption decreased 29 units over the second quarter. 

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Topics: Tucson, Economy, Housing, Commercial real estate, Investment property, Leasing, Apartments, Multifamily

Job Growth Spells Good News for Tucson Apartment Market

Posted on Tue, May 10, 2016

No better news could have been reported for the Tucson apartment market than job growth, which translated into the strongest improvement in fundamentals in years.  The vacancy rate for stabilized units in Tucson dropped 100 basis points (bp) from the previous quarter to 6.8%.  This is the lowest first quarter rate since 2007. North Tucson, comprising Northeast Tucson (3.8%) and Oro Valley/Catalina (4.7%) reported the lowest vacancy rates. The University area experienced a 520 bps increase in vacancy, ending the quarter at 11.9%. One area of concern in this submarket is the potential of overbuilding in the student housing sector.  In addition, older units, especially those in outlying areas, are losing ground in the form of lease-up and rents to newer units.

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Topics: Tucson, Commercial real estate, Investment property, Apartments, Multifamily

Tucson Apartment Market Finished 2015 Strong. What's ahead?

Posted on Tue, Feb 23, 2016

The Tucson Apartment market saw continued growth in all major sectors in the fourth quarter of 2015. The vacancy rate improved 34 basis points (bps) during the quarter to finish the year at 7.82%. This marks a 105 bps improvement from the start of 2015, attributable to the previous year’s limited movement and a slight increase in job gains in the region.  Nine of the fifteen submarkets experienced improvement, with the largest gains seen in the Southwest and Oro Valley regions.  Quarterly absorption saw a slight improvement with 333 units absorbed as new developments began to lease-up stage.

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Topics: Tucson, Economy, Investment property, Market trends, Apartments, Multifamily