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  • National Real Estate Index Market History Report
    • Consists of commercial and multifamily properties bought and sold in the United States from 1975 forwards.
    • Monitors property transaction trends in 61 markets, including coverage of six property types (CBD office, suburban office, warehouse, retail, apartments, and class B apartments) in most markets reported.
  • Commercial Property Index   from MIT
    • Based on RCA data provides national, regional, and some major cities.
    • Periodic same-property round-trip investment price change index of the U.S. commercial investment property market.
  • Transactions-Based Index of Institutional Commercial Property Investment Performance (TBI) from MIT
    • The purpose of this index is to measure market movements and returns on investment based on transaction prices of properties sold from the NCREIF Index database. 
  • EIU City Data
    • Provides detailed cost comparisons for 140 cities worldwide of office rent per square meter, typical lease terms, and typical annual gross rent for top-quality units of 2,000 square meters suitable for warehousing or factory use.
  • fdi Benchmark - Global Investment Database includes costs for labor (Towers Watson) and commercial real estate (Cushman & Wakefield) as well as a foreign direct investment attractiveness index.
  • CRSP/Ziman Real Estate Data Series
    • Provides data on REITs.
  • Statistical Reference Index portion of Proquest Statistical Insight
    • To find dozens of statistical sources. Use subject headings such as Commercial Buildings or Shopping Centers.
  • RICS Surveys  for the European and global markets

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