Highlights from Our Office Market Report

Highlights from Our Office Market Report

Omaha’s office market experienced the robust year we predicted for 2016, with 148 transactions and 1.1 million sq. ft. of space leased. The overall market also saw 231,231 sq. ft. of positive absorption. However, due to a significant increase in vacancy in the Downtown Submarket and a big decrease in vacancy in northwest Omaha, the […]

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Industrial Market Update

Industrial Market Update

Once again, the Omaha industrial market ended the year with an eyebrow-raising low vacancy rate of 3.2 percent according to data collected by Xceligent. There is no question that it has been a great few years for the Omaha industrial market. In fact, it has been 13 quarters since the local industrial market has posted […]

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2017 Legislative Report

2017 Legislative Report

The 105th Legislature, First Session of the Unicameral started in January. There were 667 bills introduced. The Nebraska Association of Commercial Property Owners (NACPO) has identified 60 bills that affect commercial and investment real estate. NACPO is actively monitoring, supporting or opposing these bills.  Given the high number of bills NACPO is focused on this […]

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Investors Realty Inc. – Q3 2016 Omaha Office Market Report

Investors Realty Inc. – Q3 2016 Omaha Office Market Report

OFFICE MARKET HIGHLIGHTS: Downtown Office Suffers while Suburban Class B Thrives The Omaha office market experienced negative 39,916 square feet (sf) of net absorption in 3Q 2016, and 14,000 sf of positive net absorption year-to-date. ConAgra’s 250,000 sq. ft. and Gavilon’s 52,823 sq. ft. nearly doubled downtown’s vacancy rate from 8.5% to 15.3% in the 3rd […]

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Omaha Multifamily Market Update

Omaha Multifamily Market Update

If you had the vision, gall and wherewithal to purchase an apartment building after the Great Recession, you are likely delighted with that purchase. Omaha’s multifamily housing investors have been enjoying a strong market. While we cannot point to one single factor that has led to this robust market, high occupancies, continued rent growth, low […]

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