General Real Estate Supply and Demand Sources


A. Real Estate Forecasting Reports

CAP Index Inc.

The company rates locations in the U.S. according to its crime risk relative to the national or local average.  Crime risks are calculated in two categories: crimes against persons and crimes against property.

CB Commercial/Torto Wheaton Research

CB Commercial's brokerage surveys are used to compute office and industrial market statistics.  These data are provided free of charge and disseminated widely so that they have become the industry standard for vacancy rates.  

Grubb & Ellis

Grubb & Ellis maintains a metropolitan area database from a wide variety of published sources on five property types: office, retail, industrial, multifamily rental and hotel.

REIS Reports

REIS provides custom reports for any U.S. market and submarket, and all property types.  It surveys' more than 100,000 buildings per year.  

B. Real Estate Market Reports

Comparative Statistics of Industrial and Office Real Estate Markets

The Society and Landauer Associates, Inc. analyze the results of an annual, nationwide survey of industrial and office real estate market activity in more than 125 industrial and office markets across the U.S., Canada, Mexico and abroad.

National Real Estate Index/Market Monitor

This index consists of publication samples:
1. Quarterly Market Report, 
2. Market Monitor, and
3. Market History Reports

Market Source

Examines four property types, including office, industrial, retail, multifamily and single-family residential for 30+ metropolitan areas.

NAI Real Estate Planning Guide

This report covers 184 U.S. markets, for office, retail and industrial vacancy rates.  Data are collected for downtown and suburban office space; bulk warehouse, manufacturing and high-technology industrial space; downtown, strip center, community and enclosed mall retail space; and sales price per acre of land.

ULI Market Profiles

ULI produces an annual compendium of market studies by major metropolitan area in the U.S. and some international markets.

C. Specialized Real Estate Sources

Clayton-Fillmore Reports

Reports on the general economy and specific real estate conditions (apartments, office, industrial, retail and single-family).  The reports are:
1. The Clayton-Fillmore report
2. The CF Apartment Reporter Research  
3. The Extended-Stay/Lodging Quarterly Research
4. Custom apartment Reports

Survey of Loan Delinquencies

Each issue includes quarterly loan commitments on commercial properties by census region and property type.  Each issue also provides quarterly loan delinquencies, as well as, foreclosures in the nine census regions for one-to four-family residential, apartment, retail, office, industrial, hotel and motel, and mixed-use properties.

Real Estate Performance Report

This is a survey of total property returns, segmented into income and capital appreciation, for properties acquired on behalf of tax-exempt institutions and held in a fiduciary environment.

U.S. Vacancy Reports

U.S. Vacancy Reports have been produced every quarter since the early 1970s.  They cover the office and industrial sectors of commercial real estate in the major markets of the U.S.