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2012 Sectors Outlook

Survey: Majority Believe Middle Tennessee Commercial Real Estate Climate is Improving

(third of three posts)

This is our last post detailing the results of our CRE survey. Responders were asked to predict how each sector of Middle Tennessee commercial real estate will preform in 2012 compared to 2011.

Middle Tennessee CRE SectorsMulti-family topped the list of commercial real estate sectors, with 79 percent of responders predicting that the multi-family sector will perform better or much better in 2012 than last year. The office and retail sectors were also viewed favorably, with 66 and 58 percent expecting better or much better performances in 2012, respectively.

Commercial real estate insiders are least optimistic about the land and industrial sectors, with eight and seven percent, respectively, of responders banking on a worse performance in 2012 compared to 2011.

When compared to other sectors, the outlook for land sales looks a bit less promising, but when put into the context of last year’s survey, optimism appears to be rising slightly in this sector. Last year, only 24 percent of survey takers felt that the land sector would perform better or much better than 2010. This year, that statistic has jumped 13 percent to 37.

A majority (56 percent) of responders believe that the real estate-owned (REO) sector will remain constant in 2012.

Check out the 2012 Sales Outlook.

Check out the 2012 Leasing Outlook.

Sectors Outlook

2011 Middle Tennessee Commercial Real Estate Survey

(third of three posts)

This is our last post detailing the results of our CRE survey. Responders were asked to predict how each sector of Middle Tennessee commercial real estate will preform in 2011 compared to 2010.

Within the sectors, multi-family (75%), office (72%), retail (66%) and industrial (53%) are expected to perform better, while land (75%) and real estate owned (52%) are expected to perform the same or worse this year.

The survey also asked responders to describe the best thing that could happen in 2011 to strengthen Middle Tennessee’s commercial real estate market. Responders hoped most for the relocation of new business to the area (26%), corresponding job creation and stability (21%) and the availability of lending (20%).

Check out the Sales Outlook.

Check out the Leasing Outlook.