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Global Commercial Real Estate: Market Research Report

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Global Commercial Real Estate Market Research Report | Jun 2014

The global economy presents its own set of opportunities and threats for businesses in a range of industries. IBISWorld’s Global Commercial Real Estate global market research report offers insightful industry analysis and research into the market at an international level. IBISWorld’s in-depth industry market research is presented in a logical and consistent format. The industry report contains key industry statistics, market size, industry trends, and growth and profit forecasts for a 5-year outlook period.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share
Industry Statistics & Forecast
Revenue
$6tr
Annual Growth 09-14
4.0%
Annual Growth 14-19
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Profit
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Employment ('000)
20,176
Businesses
5,942,700
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

Industry Investment

The Global Commercial Real Estate industry is highly capital intensive. IBISWorld estimates that on average, industry players spend $0.76 cents on capital for every dollar spent on labor. However, capital intensity of an industry operator varies greatly depending on whether the firm owns the commercial space it leases.

Industry participants who directly own and operate various real estate assets need a large level of capital to develop land and refurbish buildings. Commercial property is also very expensive, particularly with regards to large buildings or property that is near major metropolitan areas or in well developed countries. Investment requirements for establishments that do not own buildings, but sublease space, tend to be much lower... read more

 


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What is the Global Commercial Real Estate Industry?

This industry buys, sells, rents and operates owned or leased real estate, including income-generating residential properties (e.g. apartment buildings) and commercial properties (e.g. retail malls, hotels, restaurants and casinos). The industry also includes real estate services, such as brokerage and property management. Other activities include appraisal services and real estate subdivision and property development.

Industry Products
ConstructionCommercial leasingResidential leasingReal estate services
 
Industry Activities
Leasing nonresidential buildings, structures and landLeasing miniwarehouses and self-storage unitsRenting nonresidential real estate for others (e.g. agents and brokers)Selling real estate for others (e.g. agents and brokers)Providing property management servicesProviding real estate appraisal and valuation servicesProviding real estate asset management servicesProviding real estate listing servicesProviding real estate consulting services


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