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United States Housing Insight - October 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8703/us-housing-insight-october-2017-jllUnited States Housing Insight - October 2017Single-family pricing continues to soar as construction struggles to keep pace
U.S. Investment Outlook - H1 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8526/us-investment-outlook-h1-2017-jllU.S. Investment Outlook - H1 2017The U.S. market is characterized by continued uncertainty, selectivity and diversified transactions, which impacted volumes in the first half of 2017.
U.S. Industrial Investment Outlook - H1 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8525/us-industrial-investment-outlook-h1-2017-jllU.S. Industrial Investment Outlook - H1 2017At mid-year, national industrial demand is quite high and fundamentals are balanced. Explore the latest industrial market snapshots.
U.S. Office Investment Outlook - H1 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8523/us-office-investment-outlook-h1-2017-jllU.S. Office Investment Outlook - H1 2017The U.S. office market is seeing continued investor selectivity, which softens volumes and parallels a drop in large office transactions.