Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Moodys/REAL Commercial Property Price Index

Last week, in Commercial Real Estate Problems Piling Up, I opined that commercial real estate is a likely candidate to usher in the next leg of the financial crisis. Since the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index gets so much publicity, I thought this would be a good opportunity to mention a commercial real estate index that deserves more attention: the Moodys/REAL Commercial Property Price Index.

This index was last updated April 24th and shows that prices have dropped slightly more than 20% since the October 2007 peak.

While residential prices are important to watch, most of the residential story has already been told. The rest of the real estate story – good or bad – likely lies on the commercial side.

[source: MIT Center for Real Estate, Real Capital Analytics]

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since this is a round-trip price basis, it seems that it will be quite accurate but also lagging.

Eric said...

VIX:TNX is at 1.13... I think this might be the headfake before the leg down. Looks like today's move up is on very low volume.

Anonymous said...

Eric I would like to agree with you (since I'm bear also as of late), but then the price rejection for a false breakout simply too weak. I would liked to see, at least for today, we close at the low of the day and the gap gets closed and that we have a inverted hammer (better yet, a shooting star) But none of that happend...

Commercial Property Prices said...

It is great to read some of the information and feedback, here. I hope to read more ideas in the future!!!

commercial property sale said...

I need this commercial property price index for analysis. This will definitely help me a lot, I know this. Thanks and glad to get this help.

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