Commercial Real Estate Outlook: Top Ten Issues in 2012
A potential pause in recovery momentum
Hard on the heels of the United States’ economic recession and the simultaneous strengthening of emerging Asian and Latin American markets, the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry is seeing an increased focus on diversification into global CRE. While Asia Pacific (APAC) has emerged as a strong driver of global CRE growth, the U.S. continues to attract investments based on size and favorable risk-reward.
In general, the U.S. CRE market appears to be on a gradual but uneven path to recovery, with increased capital availability, transactions, and improved fundamentals
This report, the thirteenth in Deloitte’s series on critical issues impacting real estate, takes a closer look at U.S. market trends and developments, with a focus on the outlook for recovery.
The top ten issues for commercial real estate in 2012 are:
- Globalization of CRE
- Macroeconomic Fundamentals
- CRE Fundamentals
- CRE Lending
- Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities
- Real Estate Investment Trusts
- Private Equity
- CRE Deal Flow
- U.S. Residential Market
- U.S. Residential Mortgage Market