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New York attracted the most commercial real estate investment during the last year as the global real estate investment market saw volumes increase by 17.2% to US$788 billion, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s annual ‘Winning in Growth Cities’ report launched today at EXPO REAL in Munich, Germany.
The U.S. economy bounced back in September with strong employment growth as businesses have shifted from defense to offense.
The housing sector has been a weak link in the current economic expansion. But it continues to move gradually and erratically higher. We expect the sector to gain traction in the coming year as the factors that have constrained activity, particularly the slow pace of job and income growth, improve. The result will be a healthier housing sector providing a greater contribution to economic growth in 2015.
Cushman & Wakefield's latest report shows that as the economic recovery has accelerated it has also broadened out geographically with more metropolitan areas exhibiting strong job growth.
The longest period of easy money in history is coming to an end. Sometime in early 2015 the Federal Reserve will start raising interest rates for the first time since 2006.