US Commercial Property
This service provides detailed analysis and independent forecasts for the US commercial property market, based on our view of the economic fundamentals. The subscription includes detailed five-year forecasts for the four key commercial property sub-sectors – office, apartments, retail and industrial – as well as for 17 major metros in both the office and apartments sectors. Our analysis focuses on highlighting future opportunities and challenges for investment and occupier markets.
This service is relevant to all stakeholders in US commercial real estate – from investors and developers to brokers and lenders.
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Chief Property Economist
Andrew Burrell joined Capital Economics in 2018 as the Chief Property Economist. Prior to this he was the EMEA Head of Economics and Forecasting at JLL, working closely with European property investors. A decade in real estate was preceded by over 15 years as a professional economist at Experian, the Bank of England, RBS and the London Business School. He is an active member of both SPR and IPF.
Deputy Chief Property Economist
Kiran heads up our US Commercial Property service, having spent more than 15 years analysing and forecasting global real estate markets, including five years running our European Commercial Property service. Prior to joining Capital Economics, Kiran spent four years at AXA Real Assets, a global fund manager, where he was the team’s macroeconomic lead and was responsible for the firm’s Nordic and Central European investment strategies. Prior to this role, Kiran spent four years at Colliers International in London, leading its UK Commercial Property forecasts. Kiran holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from The University of Warwick and a Masters in Real Estate Investment & Finance from Henley Business School & Reading University. He is a member and former chairperson of the Society of Property Researchers and is a member of the ULI.
Charlie Cornes joined Capital Economics in September 2022 as an Assistant Economist within the Property team. Prior to joining the company, he covered the mortgage market as well as the UK economy at UK Finance. Charlie has a BSc in Economics from the University of Bristol.