Notícias da Indústria

Mall Visits Declined In September, Interrupting Sector’s Recovery

Article by:  Lynn Pollack Visits to top tier malls continued to decline off July highs last month, with traffic to indoor malls down 6.5% over September 2019 and visits to outdoor malls down 5.% over the same period. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3aZORdC

Industrial Hits New Records in Q3

Article by:  Lynn Pollack Industrial ended the third quarter on a record tear, with demand outpacing supply for the third straight quarter and absorption shattering prior records. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3jkGuxT

Workers Back At The Office At Highest Rate Since Pandemic Began

Article by:  Matthew Rothstein The weekly report, which measures keycard entries into offices in 10 of the largest cities in the U.S., found an average of 36% occupancy, up from 33.6% from the week after Labor Day. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3jiQFmg

A $40B Wall Of Hard-To-Refi Retail CMBS Coming Due

Article by:  Dees Stribling More than $40B in commercial mortgage-backed securities associated with retail properties is slated to come due over the next three years, hovering like a storm cloud over the asset class. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3n6FfTS

Why ESG Investing Thrives in Chaotic Times

Article by:  Jason Meklinsky Investors can’t prevent the unexpected or the calamitous. But they can make investments that prosper amid uncertain and tumultuous times. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3pdy5A3

Spotlight on the US Student Housing Sector

Article by:  Haley Crimmins Student housing investment volume in the U.S. reached $1.7 billion in the second quarter of 2021. Read the full article:  https://bit.ly/3ALklOT

Broader Inflation Pressures Begin to Show

Article by:  Gwynn Guiford Price indexes that exclude extreme changes point to inflation running ahead of Fed’s 2% target. Read the full article:  https://on.wsj.com/3p1Xwo1