Report | United States Office Investment Outlook - Q4 2016
After 75 months of consecutive job growth, the country has nearly reached full employment, especially in major tech hubs, which have driven office leasing and absorption in recent years. As a result, leasing velocity and occupancy growth will decelerate, but research experts still expect office to see incremental growth throughout 2017 and even into 2018. Key factors include pent-up demand for scale, revitalized investment in secondary markets and continued offshore investment, particularly from Asia and Germany. Experts also expect portfolio-level (rather than single-asset) transactions to dominate markets in 2017.
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