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Commercial Real Estate Outlook IRR-Viewpoint 2010 Industrial The Best, The Worst and The Local Market Top Three Markets By Vacancy… Los Angeles, CA – 4.92% Orange County, CA – 6.58% Seattle, WA – 6.70% Local Market… 50. Charlotte, NC – 14.26% (3Q 2009);14.70% (1Q 2010-NA )

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industrial the best the worst and the local market
IndustrialThe Best, The Worst and The Local Market

Top Three Markets By Vacancy…

  • Los Angeles, CA – 4.92%
  • Orange County, CA – 6.58%
  • Seattle, WA – 6.70%

Local Market…

50. Charlotte, NC – 14.26% (3Q 2009);14.70% (1Q 2010-NA)

…and the Bottom Three Markets

54. Austin, TX – 18.40%

55. Boston, MA – 24.76%

56. Louisville, KY – 26.01%

industrial overall capitalization rates
Industrial – Overall Capitalization Rates

Korpacz – Second Quarter 2010 –Investor Survey

  • Realty Rates.com – Second Quarter 2010- Investor Survey
  • Industrial - 9.59%
apartment the best the worst and the local market
ApartmentThe Best, The Worst and The Local Market

Top Three Markets By Vacancy…

  • San Francisco, CA – 3.59%
  • Syracuse – 3.94%
  • New York City – 4.80%

Local Market…

49. Charlotte – 11.64% (3Q–2009);13.6% (1Q 2010)

…and the Bottom Three Markets

54. Phoenix – 12.97%

55. Naples/Ft. Myers – 13.37%

56. Providence – 14.11%

apartment overall capitalization rates
Apartment – Overall Capitalization Rates

Korpacz – Second Quarter 2010 –Investor Survey

  • Realty Rates.com – Second Quarter 2010- Investor Survey
  • Retail – 9.50% Average
office cbd the best the worst and the local market
Office – CBD The Best, The Worst and The Local Market

Top Three Markets By Vacancy…

  • Charlotte, NC – 6.43%
  • Boise, ID – 8.10%
  • Memphis, TN – 8.70%

Local Market…

1. Charlotte, NC – 6.43% (3Q–2009); 12.0% (1Q-2010)

…and the Bottom Three Markets

54. San Jose, CA – 23.90%

55. Detroit, MI – 25.00%

56. Dayton, OH – 26.00%

office suburban the best the worst and the local market
Office – Suburban The Best, The Worst and The Local Market

Top Three Markets By Vacancy…

  • Dayton, OH – 10.88%
  • Pittsburgh, PA – 11.09%
  • Los Angeles, CA – 11.30%

Local Market…

41. Charlotte, NC – 19.07% (3Q–2009);19.77% (1Q–2010)

…and the Bottom Three Markets

54. Detroit, MI – 23.89%

55. Phoenix, AZ – 27.41%

56. Hartford, CT – 29.45%

office overall capitalization rates
Office – Overall Capitalization Rates

Korpacz – Second Quarter 2010 –Investor Survey

  • Realty Rates.com – Second Quarter 2010- Investor Survey
  • Office – 9.48% Average
retail the best the worst and the local market
RetailThe Best, The Worst and The Local Market

Top Three Markets By Vacancy…

  • San Francisco, CA – 3.08%
  • Los Angeles, CA – 4.87%
  • San Jose, CA – 5.03%

Local Market…

12. Charlotte, NC – 6.77% (3Q–2009); 8.0% (4Q–2009)

…and the Bottom Three Markets

54. Providence, RI – 17.00%

55. Dayton, OH – 17.30%

56. Detroit, MI – 17.35%

retail overall capitalization rates
Retail – Overall Capitalization Rates

Korpacz – Second Quarter 2010 –Investor Survey

  • Realty Rates.com – Second Quarter 2010- Investor Survey
  • Retail – 9.50% Average
recent development in capitalization rates
Recent Development in Capitalization Rates

Korpacz Survey data for investment grade property and our analysis are presented in the following table:

recent development in capitalization rates20
Recent Development in Capitalization Rates

Korpacz Survey data for non-investment grade property and our analysis are presented in the following table:

real estate listing sources for sale for lease
Real Estate Listing Sources – For Sale & For Lease
  • Loopnet

http://www.loopnet.com/

  • Edis

http://www.nccommerce.com/en/BusinessServices/LocateYourBusiness/BuildingsAndSites/

(N.C. Department of Commerce Buildings & Sites EDIS)

  • Mecklenburg County Real Estate Lookup

http://meckcama.co.mecklenburg.nc.us/relookup/

(Market Analysis Link)

  • National & Local Brokerage Firms
    • Apartment Realty Advisorshttp://www.arausa.com/Index.cfm
    • CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) http://www.cbre.com/EN/Pages/default.aspx
    • Sperry Van Nesshttp://www.svn.com/
    • Lincoln Harris CSGhttp://www.lincolnharris.com/Home/
    • The Stump Corporationhttp://www.stumpnet.com/
    • Marcus & Millichamp http://www.marcusmillichap.com/
    • NAIGLOBAL http://www.naiglobal.com/
national real estate surveys
National Real Estate Surveys
  • IRR.com (Viewpoint – Real Estate Value Trends)
  • Marcus & Millchap.com
  • NAIGLOBAL
  • www.pwc.com (Korpacz Real Estate Investor Survey)
  • ACLI(American Council of Life Insurers)
  • Realty Rates.com(Developer Surveys, Financial Indicators, Market Surveys, Investor Surveys)
vacancy and rental rate surveys subscription
Vacancy and Rental Rate Surveys - SUBSCRIPTION
  • Karnes (Office, Retail and Industrial)
  • Real Data (Apartments)
  • REIS
real estate sales subscription
Real Estate Sales - SUBSCRIPTION
  • Costar
  • REIS
  • Real Capital Analytics

http://www.rcanalytics.com/

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