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Higher interest rates do not always equal higher cap rates

According to an article published on www.costar.com, higher interest rates should no automatically signal to investors to look for higher cap rates and lower property values. With The Fed bumping rates up .25% earlier this month, there has been theorizing that increased interest rates mean cap rates will soon follow. In many cycles, that is indeed the case - though it's a delayed response by the market and not instantaneous. Read the rest of entry »

Commercial Real Estate Update for March

Total office vacancy decreased from 9.9% to 9.8% in February. Multitenant vacancy decreased from 14.6% to 14.5%.
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Land Outlook for the Boise MSA

Sales of ready-to-build commercial lots will remain strong in 2017 as some tenants opt out of leasing space in a tight market. This trend is especially apparent in the Industrial market where vacancy is below 5 percent and much of the remaining space is functionally obsolete.
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