Expertise: Institutional

INSTITUTIONAL

REAL ESTATE MARKET TRENDS

September 14, 2017

Taylor Mammen

Webinars: Contrarian Real Estate Investing Parts I & II

We invite you to view webinars produced by National Real Estate Investor online, featuring RCLCO.

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CHARTBOOK

REAL ESTATE MARKET TRENDS

August 24, 2017

Taylor Mammen

RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 2nd Quarter 2017

The latest edition of the RCLCO Chartbook for Q2 2017.

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CHARTBOOK

REAL ESTATE MARKET TRENDS

May 23, 2017

Taylor Mammen

RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 1st Quarter, 2017

The latest edition of the RCLCO Chartbook for Q1 2017.

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CHARTBOOK

REAL ESTATE TRENDS

February 9, 2017

Taylor Mammen

RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 4th Quarter, 2016

The latest edition of the RCLCO Chartbook for Q4 2016.

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INSTITUTIONAL

REAL ESTATE TRENDS

December 13, 2016

Sara Kramer

Headwinds for Hotels as Construction Ramps Up

After years of record occupancy and healthy average daily rate growth, is the hotel sector’s strong run coming to an end?

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INSTITUTIONAL

REAL ESTATE TRENDS

November 11, 2016

Taylor Mammen

RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 3rd Quarter, 2016

The latest edition of the RCLCO Chartbook for Q3 2016.

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INSTITUTIONAL

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY & DEMAND

November 4, 2016

Simon Soomekh

The Big Shrink: The Shift Toward Smaller Industrial Spaces in the Face of Growing User Demands

As e-commerce trends continue to dictate the need for more “last-mile” delivery space, the renovation of existing retail space may become a more common and feasible option.

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INSTITUTIONAL

August 4, 2016

Taylor Mammen

RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 2nd Quarter, 2016

The latest edition of the RCLCO Chartbook for Q2 2016.

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INSTITUTIONAL

June 2, 2016

Paige Mueller

2016 STEM Job Growth Index

Are San Jose, San Francisco, and Boston going to be eclipsed by cities like Austin, Raleigh, and Phoenix for STEM employment growth? Some interesting trends emerge when investigating the drivers of STEM employment growth and forecasting cities with high potential for future STEM job growth…

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INSTITUTIONAL

May 19, 2016

Cari Smith

Why the Boom in Single-Family Rentals? Renters with Kids, but No Cash; Owners with Cash, but No Kids.

Single-family rental housing has accounted for nearly all of the increase in occupied single-family units since 2005, and shows no sign of slowing. RCLCO dug into this phenomenon and discovered that the demand for single-family rentals is being fueled by a deep pool of renters who are predominantly comprised of lower- to middle-income families with children...

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