Commercial real estate investment sales volume passes pre-pandemic levels By Stephanie Salmons – Reporter, Pacific Business NewsSeptember 23, 2022 Commercial real estate investment across the Islands in the first half of 2022 has surpassed pre-pandemic levels, according to a new midyear investment report from Colliers International Hawaii. By the end of June, Hawaii’s commercial real […]
By Stewart YertonSeptember 23, 2022View the full article here. A day after Japan’s prime minister lifted all travel restrictions, UH economists issued a report saying the return of Japanese travelers could help spare Hawaii’s economy. The flagging U.S. economy will dampen Hawaii’s economic recovery as inflation and high interest rates erode consumer buying power, University […]
Hotel sales volume is showing signs of cooling. Second-quarter volume decreased year-over-year, mainly in the absence of a transaction equivalent to Blackstone/ Starwood’s 2021 acquisition of Extended Stay America. In addition, quarterly volume fell 23% from Q1. According to RCA’s latest pricing series, hotel is the only asset class posting quarterly declines.
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Personal Podcast Interview with The Massimo Group Episode 73 On this episode of The Massimo Show, Rod sits down with 2021 Massimo CRE Elite Member of the year – Mark D. Bratton. Listen to this episode to hear how Mark Bratton, SVP of Colliers International, Hawaii, transformed his business from slumlord to yacht owner by […]
By Duane Shimogawa 8/5/22 MAKAHA, Hawaii (KITV4) — A Korean company, Thursday, closed on the sale of more than 600 acres of land in Makaha Valley in Leeward Oahu for $21.7 million, an attorney involved in the deal confirmed to KITV4 News. The 644-acre bankruptcy sale of the Makaha Valley Resort sale comprises of entitled, […]
By Dave Sagal
Sales volumes set another record in Q2, but that is unlikely to continue in Q3. Our experts note that deals are being re-traded frequently, suggesting that transactional pricing will adjust in the quarters ahead. Transactional cap rates have yet to move meaningfully, though industrial rates rose slightly. Multifamily drove nearly 50% of all first-half volume. […]