Data InSight

Data InSight is a monthly business-to-community (B2C) white paper series that uses data analytics to
examine current and historical trends in commercial real estate (CRE). Below are titles and hyperlinks
to current and past issues of the white paper series.

Austin's Increase in Sublease Availability Signals Strength Rather than Weakness in its Office Market

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 3, Issue 2

Strength of Houston’s Rail-Served Industrial Market Continues to Defy Oil Downturn with Balanced Supply and Demand

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 3, Issue 1

Supply and Demand Shape Vacancy of San Antonio’s Office Market

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 14

Forecasts for Net Absorption of Houston Office Space with Changes in Job Growth and Rig Count

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 13

Growth of Industrial Markets in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio: Comparisons of Flex, Manufacturing, and Warehouse/Distribution Space

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 12

Austin’s Office Market Cycle Dampens with Tightly Coupled Supply and Demand

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 11

Differences between Direct and Sublease Asking Rents Yield Insights into the Strength (or Weakness) of Houston’s Office Market Market

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 10

Crane-Served Buildings Experience the Brunt of the Oil Pullback in Houston’s Industrial Real Estate Market

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 9

Rising Office Vacancies May Soften the Market Sufficiently that Class B Tenants Shift to Class A Buildings

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 8

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

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 7

Absorption Forecasts for Houston's Office Market with Changes in Local Job Growth and National Rig Counts

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 6

How Does Houston’s Current Slowdown in the Industrial Market Compare to that of the 2009 Great Recession?

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 5

Population Growth and Stock Inventory of Four Office Markets of Texas: Comparisons of Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 4

Supply and Demand, More Than Oil, Explain Houston's Warehouse/Distribution Market, with Key Differences Among Northwest, North, and Southeast Submarkets

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 3

Sublease Term and Submarket Shape Houston's Sublease Glut of Office Space

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 2

Forecasts for Absorption in 2016, 2017 and 2018 for Houston’s Industrial Market with Reduced Job Growth Arising from the Oil Downturn

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 2, Issue 1

Absorption Forecasts for Houston’s Office Market Due to Reduced Job Growth with the Oil Downturn

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 10

Increases in Availability (Despite Historic Low Vacancy) Softens Industrial Market with Sublease Supply

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 9

Houston’s Office Market Cycle (As Much as Oil) Shapes It's Current Vacancy and Forecast

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 8

Industrial Leasing Activity: Correlations with Texas Rig Counts and Lack of Quarterly Differences

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 7

Houston's Office Leasing Activity: Less Dependent on Oil and Quarters of the Year than Typically Inferred

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 6

Shifts in Houston’s Manufacturing Industry with Declines in the Oil Industry

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 5

Reduced Job Growth and Large Deliveries Shape Forecasts for Absorption and Vacancy in the Houston Office Market for 2015-2017 

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 4

New Job Forecast Suggest Lower But Quickly Rebounding Demand For Industrial Real Estate 

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 3

Job Growth Predicts Absorption in 2015 for Office but not Industrial Space

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 2

Sublease Availability as an Indicator of Shifts in the Office Market

Download full white paper: Data InSight I Vol. 1, Issue 1

 

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Industrial Submarket Spotlight

Houston Southeast Submarket June 2017

 

Sublease Digest

Houston Office June 2017

Houston Office May 2017

Houston Office April 2017

Houston Office March 2017

Houston Industrial March 2017

 

Monthly Snapshots

HOUSTON

Houston Office June 2017

Houston Industrial June 2017

Houston Retail June 2017

AUSTIN

Austin Office June 2017

Austin Industrial June 2017

SAN ANTONIO

San Antonio Office June 2017

San Antonio Industrial June 2017

 

Quarterly Reports

HOUSTON

Q1 2017 Retail Market Report

Q1 2017 Industrial Market Report

Q1 2017 Office Market Report

SAN ANTONIO

​Q1 2017 Industrial Market Report

Q1 2017 Office Market Report

AUSTIN

Q1 2017 Office Market Report

Q1 2017 Industrial Market Report


Market Insight

Market Insight

 

Monthly Snapshots (Historical)

Houston Office May 2017

Houston Industrial May 2017

Houston Retail May 2017

Houston Retail March 2017

Houston Office March 2017

Houston Industrial March 2017

 

San Antonio Office May 2017

San Antonio Industrial May 2017

 

Austin Office May 2017

Austin Industrial May 2017

 

Data InSight

Data InSight

 

Quarterly Reports (Historical)

HOUSTON

Q4 2016 Office Market Report

Q4 2016 Industrial Market Report

SAN ANTONIO

Q4 2016 Office Market Report

Q4 2016 Industrial Market Report

AUSTIN

Q4 2016 Office Market Report

Q4 2016 Industrial Market Report

 

SoundBytes

May 22, 2017

May 11, 2017

April 20, 2017

March 28, 2017

 

Resources

I-35 Corridor Activity Map

The New #CREcosystem Refresh - featuring contributions from Larry Koestler, VP of Marketing

Leta Wauson
Director Of Research
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