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Research & Data InSights
15 Q1 Industrial Report
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15 Q1 Office Report
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15 Q2 Industrial Report
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15 Q2 Office Report
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15 Q3 Industrial Report
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15 Q3 Office Report
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15 Q3 San Antonio Office Report
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15 Q4 Industrial Report
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15 Q4 Office Report
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15 Q4 San Antonio Office Report
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16 Q1 Industrial Report
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16 Q1 Office Report
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16 Q1 San Antonio Office Report
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16 Q1 Austin Office Report
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 1
Sublease Availability as an Indicator of
Shifts in the Office Market
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 2
Job Growth Predicts Absorption in 2015 for Office but not Industrial Space
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 3
New Job Forecast Suggests Lower But Quickly Rebounding Demand for Industrial Real Estate
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 4
Reduced Job Growth and Large Deliveries Shape Forecasts for Absorption and Vacancy in the Houston Office Market for 2015 – 2017
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 5
Shifts in Houston’s Manufacturing Industry with Declines in the Oil Industry
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 6
Houston’s Office Leasing Activity: Less Dependent on Oil and Quarters of the Year than Typically Inferred
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 7
Industrial Leasing Activity: Correlations with Texas Rig Counts and Lack of Quarterly Differences
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 8
Houston’s Office Market Cycle (As Much as Oil) Shapes Its Current Vacancy and Forecast
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 9
Increases in Availability (Despite Historic Low Vacancy) Softens Industrial Market with Sublease Supply
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Data InSight – Vol 1, Issue 10
Absorption Forecasts for Houston’s Office Market Due to Reduced Job Growth with the Oil Downturn
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 1
Forecasts for Absorption in 2016, 2017 and 2018 for Houston’s Industrial
Market with Reduced Job Growth Arising from the Oil Downturn
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 2
Sublease Term and Submarket Shape Houston’s
Sublease Glut of Office Space
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 3
Supply and Demand, More Than Oil, Explain Houston’s Warehouse/Distribution
Market, with Key Differences Among Northwest, North, and Southeast Submarkets
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 4
Population Growth and Stock Inventory of Four Office Markets of Texas:
Comparisons of Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 5
How Does Houston’s Current Slowdown in the Industrial Market
Compare to that of the 2009 Great Recession?
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Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 6
Absorption Forecasts for Houston’s Office Market with Changes
in Local Job Growth and National Rig Counts
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DI_2016_Vol2Issue7-1_thumb Data InSight – Vol 2, Issue 7

What does the Future Hold for Net Absorption in Houston’s Industrial Market? Consequences of Reduced Job Growth Arising from the Oil Downturn

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Industrial Sublease Snapshot
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Office Sublease Snapshot
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