Commercial Market Report Q1 2021

Q1 2021 Commercial Market Report-
Day-to-day life has gone back to the “old-normal” this quarter somewhat as we overcome the Covid-19 pandemic. This is an optimistic trend as we wrap up 2021’s first quarter. The wait-and-see approach is definitely shifting as social distancing mandates ease and we return to business as usual.

Q2 2020 Commercial Market Report

Q2 2020 Market Overview – Industrial Market Continues in the Lead Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic The pandemic of COVID-19 threw a curveball and caused a global economic downturn as job losses and business shutdown numbers increased. As Colorado’s stay-at-home orders lift slowly for businesses, one determining factor of a return will be on the reclamation of […]

Q1 2020 Commercial Market Report

Even with recession chatter and it being an election year, the economy is still growing especially in Colorado, which has one of the strongest retail markets in the country, showing the depth of disposable income available in the area. The strength of the economy plus low unemployment, low interest rates and high consumer confidence show that 2020 will be another strong year for business development and thus commercial real estate.

Q4 2019 Commercial Market Report

Even with recession chatter and it being an election year, the economy is still growing especially in Colorado, which has one of the strongest retail markets in the country, showing the depth of disposable income available in the area. The strength of the economy plus low unemployment, low interest rates and high consumer confidence show that 2020 will be another strong year for business development and thus commercial real estate.

Q3 2019 Commercial Market Report – The Market is Strong

By the end of Q3 2019, Denver’s economy was more than healthy reaching a 2.8% unemployment rate, well below the national average of 3.7%. And despite signs of an economic slowdown, and the 2020 election looming ahead, Denver’s economy has been diversifying through its economic expansion period hedging it against some of the detriments a downturn may cause. In our experience, demand for commercial real estate remains positive. In Denver, and similar tier 2 metros like Atlanta, Dallas, and Phoenix, developer investments and incoming businesses are strong.

Q2 2019 Commercial Market Report

The Office Sector is in the Midst of a Rebound & Office Rents are Gaining Momentum The Market Report Our Q2 2019 Market Report will tell you that Denver, and Colorado as a whole, remain popular for major company expansions and relocations from out of state. While options for these expansions and relocations are more […]

The Q1 2019 Commercial Market Report

The State of the Office, Industrial, and Retail Sectors in Q1 Office Sector – A Stabilized and Fair Market Creates a Win-Win Scenario for Both Landlords and Tenants The Denver office market continues to show a moderate rebound after slowdown we saw from the collapse in oil prices in 2015. Rent growth continues to move […]