Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Global Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry includes real estate brokerage, valuation, sales, management, consulting and appraisal. Aggregated by geographic region, the industry is dominated by developed economies, primarily in the United States and Europe. However, emerging economies like China have experienced the strongest industry growth over the five years to 2014. While slower anticipated growth of Europe and Japan will limit more rapid increases in industry revenue, the global CRE market will shift more and more toward burgeoning countries like India, where consistent growth will be found during the coming years... read more
The Global Commercial Real Estate industry comprises a diverse set of firms that specialize in a variety of real estate activities, including brokerage, property and facilities leasing and management, research and consulting, appraisal, real estate development, property subdivision and asset management. These activities are divided into four main segments: construction, commercial leasing, residential leasing and commercial real estate services.
Commercial leasing accounts for about 31.5% of industry revenue. Property owners generate revenue through rental income, net gains from property sales and real estate brokerage fees. Rental rates are generally determined by the type, class and location of the property that is being leased... read more