Brad Doremus

Senior Analyst

Bradley Doremus is an associate in the research and economics department at Reis, the team responsible for the firm’s market forecasting, valuation and portfolio analytics services. Before joining Reis, Brad was an investment analyst in the research group at Portfolio Evaluations Inc., a New Jersey-based pension consultant. He was responsible for researching and performing due diligence for a broad range of mutual funds and alternative investment vehicles.

Despite Ongoing Headwinds, Retail Recovery Trudges Onward
While overall economic growth remains slow, consumers appear to be weathering the storm. This is particularly impressive given the one-two punch of higher taxes and spending cuts facing the country’s consumer base. Retail sales growth, though inconsistent, has generally remained positive. However, these favorable indicators have not translated into significant or consistent absorption of neighborhood and community shopping center space. The limited demand that exists is primarily for smaller units of less than 5,000 sq. ft. while landlords continue to have a more difficult time leasing larger boxes.
Multifamily Occupancy Gains Grind to a Halt
Preliminary second quarter data from Reis indicates a decline in the rate of net absorption and a stalling of declines in vacancy.
Slow Going for the Industrial Space
Industrial fundamentals continued to improve in the first quarter of 2013, but at a slower rate than was exhibited in the last half of 2012.
Running to Stand Still: The Office Sector Sees Marginal Improvements
National office vacancies remain 450 basis points above the sector’s cyclical low, recorded in the third quarter of 2007.
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