“The Moody’s/REAL All Property Type Aggregate Index measured a 3.3% decrease in August, bringing the index to 105.37. This is the lowest recorded result since the beginning of the downturn, surpassing the old recession level low of 107.98, which occurred in October 2009. National prices are 7.6% below the value recorded last year. Since the peak in October 2007, prices have fallen 45.
Moody's reported today that the Moody’s/REAL All Property Type Aggregate Index declined 3.3% in August. This is a repeat sales measure of commercial real estate prices. Below is a comparison of the Moodys/REAL Commercial Property Pr... Read Post
This is a new repeat sales index for commercial real estate. Previously I've only been using the Moodys/REAL Commercial Property Price Index (CPPI) for commercial real estate. The commercial real estate market’s pricing has been a t... Read Post
The Moody's commercial property index shows no signs of green shoots, as the index has fallen to its lowest level since August, 2002. Sequentially, prices were down 1.5% in October, and year over year theyw ere down 36%. The chart, ... Read Post