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Capital Markets

Maximize returns on your Portland real estate investments by collaborating with our capital markets consulting experts.

​​​​​​​Whether you're looking to buy, sell or finance, our Portland-based Capital Markets consultants will work with you to structure the best deals and negotiate the best terms—matching you with the right opportunity every time, so you leave nothing to chance.

Portland's vacancy rate is extremely tight—8.9 percent (as of Q4 2015)—as rents continue to trend upwards, including within Class B and C space.

Select Class B space is now even outpacing traditional space in Class A properties (as more non-creative companies look for a creative feel), forcing Class A owners to reevaluate their options to compete for tenants.

More than 600,000 square feet of space is set to deliver in Q1 2016, but absorption levels should remain the same as tenants move into new buildings from leases signed in 2014 and 2015.

No matter your areas of need, we’re here to help:

  • Office, retail and multifamily investment sales
  • Corporate finance and net lease
  • Development and asset strategy
  • Real estate investment financing

We have the Portland market knowledge and experience to drive the highest value on your real estate investments. This expertise—paired with technology platforms that provide access to real-time market activity—enables us to source off-market opportunities, maximize untapped capital and bring extensive bidder knowledge to the table.

In 2014, our U.S. Capital Markets team completed more than 1,000 transactions, for a total transaction volume of $44.6 billion.

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