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HFF Research Update for November 14, 2016: The Contract of Suspense

Monday, November 14, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website. In 1936, Alfred Hitchcock released the espionage thriller Sabotage. In the film, a young boy named Stevie carries a canister of film reels across London. Unbeknownst to Stevie, his canister actually contains a time bomb meant for a theater. The audience is painfully aware of Stevie’s plight of ignorance with the clock winding toward its last second. Suspense mounts... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for October 27, 2016: George III & the Second American Revolution

Thursday, October 27, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website. King George III of England was crowned 256 years ago this week at the age of 22. Before his 40th birthday, George III would lose a war for the largest single territory his Britain had ever claimed, the future United States of America. Following domestic disputes relating to an appropriate response to rising nationalism, both at home and abroad, Britain... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for July 21, 2016: Quantitative Exhaustion

Thursday, July 21, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. The European Central Bank has left its stimulus initiatives unchanged as President Mario Draghi and his staff attempt to monitor markets post-Brexit and as banks in his native Italy struggle to stay afloat. Status quo is now the goal (read that again) as political surprises have taken center stage... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for July 12, 2016: Atlas

Tuesday, July 12, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. Atlas was the Titan god of endurance and astronomy. After Mount Olympus vanquished Atlas and his kin from an uprising, Zeus tested his skills by condemning him to hold up the heavens for eternity. Late last week, the Italian government announced a new private initiative designed to stop the skies from ... [Read More]


NYC Commercial Real Estate Market Benefits from Global Uncertainty

Monday, July 11, 2016
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Real estate indicators from HFF managing director Scott Aiese in HFF's New York City Office Global uncertainty is driving capital flows into the United States, lowering U.S. Treasury rates and funneling debt and equity into New York City. The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union – Brexit – has affected markets globally as investors grapple to understand the potential implications of this historic decision. How will the U.K. conduct business with the EU? Will the U.K.’s exit spark France,... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for July 6, 2016: Better Late Than Never?

Wednesday, July 06, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. Born only a peasant, Joan of Arc claimed premonitory visions of saints and angels instructed her to take up arms in support of her native France against England in the Hundred Years’ War. An inspired Charles VII, future King of France, dispatched her to Orléans where she led a week-long fight to... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for June 29, 2016: Franz Ferdinand

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. On this day 102 years ago, Americans first received word the Archbishop of Austria and his wife had been assassinated in Sarajevo the prior day. Though the event was immediately recognized as politically troublesome, few could have perceived that, in less than 30 days’ time, the world would be at war. Russia, France, Britain, Germany and Austria-Hungary would spend the next month levying unachievable ultimatums against one another, allowing tensions to crescendo in late July and early August. The U.S. ultimately entered the fray nearly three years later in April 1917. Today, it takes considerably less time for... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for June 24, 2016: The Clash

Friday, June 24, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. “It's always tease tease tease You're happy when I'm on my knees One day is fine and next is black So if you want me off your back Well come on an' let me know Should I Stay or should I go? This indecision's buggin' me If you don't want me, set me free Exactly whom I'm supposed to be Don't you know which clothes... [Read More]


HFF Research Update for June 14, 2016: Old Glory

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
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Weekly insights on current research in the commercial real estate industry from HFF Managing Director of Research Jimmy Hinton. View Daily Rates on the HFF website or access the HFF Daily Rates App in iTunes. Greetings from London, On this day in 1777, the Stars and Stripes was adopted by Congress as the flag of the United States. The design of the flag has been modified more than 25 times since, and not only because of the addition of new states to the union. The first change included properly separating the new country and its states from their previous sovereign. As it happens, the first official flag of the United States was called “The Continental Colors” and included the British Union Jack. Naturally, politicians wished to solidify the country’s independence from the monarch by... [Read More]




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