ULI Real Estate Consensus Forecast — March 2012

ULI Real Estate Consensus

The ULI Real Estate Consensus Forecast — March 2012 (PDF) is a survey of leading U.S. real estate economists/analysts representing major real estate investment, advisory, and research firms and organizations. The semi-annual survey provides forecasts for 26 economic and real estate indicators, including GDP, employment, inflation, interest rates, property transaction volumes, CMBS issuance, capitalization rates, REIT returns, property investment returns for four property types, vacancy/occupancy rates and rents for five property types, and housing starts and prices. Learn more by reading the press release and listening to press webinar.

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