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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"The demand for furnished, flexible apartments is largely being driven by the same trends realigning multifamily markets, as Americans move away from big cities and the work-from-home movement takes root... Those fundamentals will remain challenged by the continuing allure of work-from-home, wh...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"In a January 2021 letter, REITland vet David Shulman, Senior Economist Emeritus for the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate and the UCLA Anderson Forecast, writes that asset-price inflation could trigger an increase in consumer price inflation, from its current low levels. Shulman writes: 'The c...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"These new location preferences will likely be the norm well after shelter orders are lifted. In fact, UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate’s 2020 Economic Outlook forecasted that work-from-home trends resulting from COVID-19 will reshape the US housing market well into the future." [GS: 1/...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"But the effectiveness of reforms aimed at increasing transparency and public trust after this might not deter someone looking to do what Huizar allegedly did, said Eric Sussman, an adjunct professor in real estate at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management at the Ziman Center for Real Estate. '...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"But don’t expect houses in places such as the Westside and central L.A. to become cheap, said Stuart Gabriel, director of the Ziman Center for Real Estate at UCLA who forecasts rising prices for close-in areas of Southern California as well. 'The demand for those areas so far outstrips suppl...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"'I'm just sort of stunned at how thin it is in terms of supporting this $30 million valuation that seems to be almost pulled out of the ether,' said Eric Sussman, who teaches real estate and accounting at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. He noted a lack of relevant comparable......

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"But, the market is unlikely to shift entirely away from traditional real estate agents and brokers, said Eric Sussman, a UCLA professor in accounting, finance and real estate. Technologies have long tried to replace the home selling process, but the number of people who actually take this rout...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

“'We thought the elderly and people in nursing homes were the most vulnerable, yet we found that lacking a number of social resources contributes to a greater likelihood of getting infected as well,' said research author Vickie Mays, a professor of health policy and management and of psychology at...

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

“'When the pandemic hit, we were slowed down by a lack of science and a lack of understanding of the ways in which health disparities in the lives of some of our most vulnerable populations made their risk of COVID-19 infection even greater,' said research author Vickie Mays, a professor......

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The Real Deal: "'Sad day' in LA: CBRE’s corporate exit latest blow to dented office market"

"Besides the taxes, there’s California housing. 'There’s a much higher cost of housing for employees here,' said Eric Sussman, an adjunct professor of accounting at UCLA. 'You can retain talent at lower wages in Dallas.' California could reach a point, Sussman said, where further corporate ...

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