Commercial property pricing looked much the same way at year’s end as it did at the start. Green Street Advisors said Friday its Green Street Commercial Property Price Index was essentially unchanged in December. The index, which measures values across five major property sectors, declined by less than 1% across the course of last year.
“Property pricing as a whole ended the year where it started it, but performance in 2017 really depended on the type of property,” says Peter Rothemund, senior analyst at Newport Beach, CA-based Green Street. “Industrial, life science, medical office, and manufactured home parks all were up big last year, while mall values fell more than 10%. Everything else was somewhere in between.”
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