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NAR Predicting Improvement in Office Space Market & Increasing Rents

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The NAR quarterly forecast reports that all commercial real estate sectors are on the upswing. Their predictions include that the US office space vacancy will decline by 0.4% to 16% by the 1st quarter 2013. According to the report, office rents are expected to rise by 1.9 percent this year and 2.4 percent in 2013, with net absorption predicted to hit 20.1 million in 2012 and 28.1 million next year. More...

Washington, DC, currently has the lowest office space vacancy rate at 9.5%, with New York City in second place at 10% and, surprisingly, New Orleans at 12.4%. More Office Space Market Information.

What this means to office tenants is that now is the time to lock in long term rental rates to ensure you benefit from the bottom of the market. The best way to do so is by engaging the services of an office tenant representative who can show you how to take advantage of the current low office rental rates. There is no cost to tenants to obtain the services of a tenant rep, so there is no reason not to investigate what they can do for you. It is a no lose proposition.

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