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Milwaukee Industrial Real Estate Market

Map of the Milwaukee area including the Milwaukee industrial market

 

The Milwaukee industrial market is a healthy one, offering midwestern location, pre-recession market characteristics and a high level of cooperation among commercial real estate practitioners.  In Brew-town, brokers share data easily and in doing so, drive transaction counts across the whole market. Shared data means more options for making client needs fit inventories.

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Commercial Real Estate News Roundup For June 8, 2015

Multi-family drives market nationally, 65 percent increase in loan origination nationally, industrial is industrial-strength and top multifamily amenities capture the imagination – it’s all here in the Commercial Real Estate News Roundup for June 8, 2015.

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The commercial real estate industry continues to grow at a very healthy pace, and we have been extremely active in this recovery period. Part of our growth in activity is a result of some growth initiatives we undertook a couple of years ago. We have added a significant number of professionals to our origination staff. – See more at: http://www.rejournals.com/2015/06/05/recovering-cre-market-keeping-commercial-lenders-busy/#sthash.F0SGbWwE.dpuf
The commercial real estate industry continues to grow at a very healthy pace, and we have been extremely active in this recovery period. Part of our growth in activity is a result of some growth initiatives we undertook a couple of years ago. We have added a significant number of professionals to our origination staff. – See more at: http://www.rejournals.com/2015/06/05/recovering-cre-market-keeping-commercial-lenders-busy/#sthash.F0SGbWwE.dpuf
The commercial real estate industry continues to grow at a very healthy pace, and we have been extremely active in this recovery period. Part of our growth in activity is a result of some growth initiatives we undertook a couple of years ago. We have added a significant number of professionals to our origination staff. – See more at: http://www.rejournals.com/2015/06/05/recovering-cre-market-keeping-commercial-lenders-busy/#sthash.F0SGbWwE.dpuf
commercial real estate industry continues to grow at a very healthy pace, and we have been extremely active in this recovery period. Part of our growth in activity is a result of some growth initiatives we undertook a couple of years ago. We have added a significant number of professionals to our origination staff. But some of that in – See more at: http://www.rejournals.com/2015/06/05/recovering-cre-market-keeping-commercial-lenders-busy/#sthash.F0SGbWwE.dpuf
  • How Low Oil Prices Could Benefit CRE GlobeSt.com, June 4,2015 – Low prices will affect various property segments, especially energy dependent locations over the next several years. Not all the news is great.

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Industrial

  • The Recession-Proof Sector, Commercial Property Executive, June 3, 2015 – Self-storage real estate investment trusts (REITs) do well in an up economy and a down economy.

Retail

ell and lease back more of its major stores, a strategy that has been employed by other major retailers.Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/retail/investors-pressure-macys-to-sell-real-estate-46498?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser

ell and lease back more of its major stores, a strategy that has been employed by other major retailers.Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/retail/investors-pressure-macys-to-sell-real-estate-46498?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
  • “Perfect Storm” Driving Up Retail Assets, GlobeSt.com, June 1, 2015 – An aggressive market driven by retail that is anchored by grocery stores such as Trader Joes’s and Mariano’s is driving prices up and cap rates down per driving prices up and cap rates down whenever well-located product hits the market. (Requires registration).

 

Multifamily

  • City Needs More Multifamily Development, GlobeSt.com, June 3, 2015 – Urban Land Institute’s recent presentation in Los Angeles sites more multifamily development needed with affordable housing and creative use of densely populated spaces.
  • This Firm is Winning Emerging Multifamily Markets, GlobeSt.com, June 3, 2015 – Indoor-outdoor space, rooftop decks, pet-friendly amenities top the list among the elements desirable in apartment development during “Multifamily Momentum” panel at RealShare San Diego.

Commerical Real Estate News Roundup For May 13, 2015

Crowdfunding continues to catch on, mall re-designs may be a new national trend, CRE investor dollars are targeting the Midwest, industrial development booms.  It’s all here in the Commercial Real Estate roundup for May 11, 2015.

It’s all here in the latest Commercial Real Estate News Roundup for January 14, 2015. – See more at: http://www.investmentpropertyofcharleston.com/2015/01/14/commercial-real-estate-news-roundup-for-january-14-2015-3/#sthash.6CoSTKPI.dpuf

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CCIMs: Getting Busy With Industrial Deals

The 2Q14 CCIM Quarterly Market Trends Report has “dropped,” as the kids say.  What’s in the fine print? Growth. The second quarter of this year has extended a strong national trend in increased dealmaking for industrial real estate.  The businesses of making and moving stuff — manufacturing, logistics, warehousing — are lending strength to markets in associated properties, with 82 percent of CCIM members reporting they had received more serious inquiries from buyers over the same time period last year.

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Fed: Industrial Production, Capacity Utilization Up

Marked as a “leading economic indicator” in the Federal Reserve Board’s repository of statistical data, the central bank’s report on Industrial Production And Capacity Utilization sticks out amongst the reams of statistics pumped regularly out by the Fed.

It’s little wonder this report is given the spotlight, since counting the national number of items produced (and the capacity to produce them) results in numbers that speak volumes about the current and potential economic health of the country.

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