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First Issue of Jones Lang LaSalle's Global Market Perspective 2011


In the first issue of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Global Market Perspective in 2011 (attached), you’ll see that a commercial real estate resurgence is underway and the market is anticipating the strongest real estate trading and performance since 2007. Barring further financial shocks, we are expecting investment volumes to rise by a further 20-25% in 2011, which follows 50% growth in 2010.
 
In this issue, you’ll see the following market highlights:
• Real estate markets post strongest performance for two years <www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/global-market-perspective-global-real-estate-market.aspx>
• Surge in investment volumes; debt market movement <www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/global-market-perspective-real-estate-capital.aspx>
• Landmark transactions in New York, Boston, London and Beijing <www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/Global-Market-Perspective-real-estate-transactions.aspx>
 
This quarterly issue also includes global viewpoints on the performance of the hotel, retail, multifamily and industrial markets. http://www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/GlobalMarketPerspective.aspx
To read all of the insights from Jones Lang LaSalle’s global executives, visit: http://www.joneslanglasalle.com/Pages/GlobalMarketPerspective.aspx. Their experts also are available to provide further detail on how the 2011 real estate outlook affects the local industry. Jones Lang LaSalle believes the balance of risks in 2011 is set on the upside as global business optimism grows; a sentiment very much in evidence from political and business leaders at last week’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.