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An abnormally-slow December caps off the year with a range of bright spots as well as challenges

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2014-Research-January-2014-employment-updateDecember saw the  U.S. economy add just 74,000 jobs, the second-lowest monthly figure recorded  throughout the recovery so far. It caps off a year that registered a  2.2-million-job expansion, unemployment falling to 6.7 percent and a more  consistent as well as geographically broadening expansion.

While trade and  manufacturing were some of December’s… Read More

​Retail real estate development grows with energy sector

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US cities with strong energy industries have experienced increased employment and burgeoning housing demand. This means retail real estate development is on the rise as well. View the infographic below to see how these factors combine, and what markets are seeing the greatest brick-and-mortar growth as a result.

Retail revival energy infographic

Tweet this: #retail development is on the rise in US cities with strong #energy… Read More

OC’s class-A vacancy fueled by market’s slow recovery

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2013-Ingham-Jeff-GlobeStJeffrey Ingham, Senior Managing Director in  our Orange County office shared his thoughts with GlobeSt.com on the slow yet consistent recovery in the office sector. OC’s class-A market vacancy is currently 16.1%.

The housing and mortgage bubble fueled 2007 and 2008’s overbuilding . More than 3 million square feet of inventory was delivered to market as… Read More