BOTTOM UP RESEARCH
Our teams provide original insights and analysis for clients in the asset management, acquisition and development markets.
Through original, proprietary reports, Stream Realty’s research division provides clients the tools to help balance capital preservation and value creation, analyze evolving variables, exploit inefficiencies within the market and monitor capital market fluctuations that will impact real estate valuations.
Covering areas such as supply characteristics, demand drivers, macroeconomic trends and portfolio strategy, our research deliverables help clients better understand the opportunities and risks that affect their respective markets.
We’ve created a unique set of tools and deliverables for our clients:
A proprietary, internet based, real-time information sharing tool used by transaction specialists to communicate market information and transaction specifics with each other and the research division. The Comps Reel provides the ability to mine comps based on variables including, net effective rent, concessions and submarket.
Market specific weekly emails detailing the latest in transactional activity and commercial real estate news.
A comprehensive listing of tenants in each submarket complete with square footage and expirations.
BIG DEALS ON THE MARKET
A market specific, comprehensive listing of requirements larger than 25,000 square feet that are currently seeking office space.
BIG BLOCKS REPORT
Submarket specific reports with visual detail on each building with large blocks of available space.
Visual guides to each submarket including labeled and detailed buildings, developments, and other key landmarks.
SPECIALIZED INDUSTRY REPORTS
Reports based upon a compilation of third-party research about industry trends and how the tenant base is responding. Some examples include financial services, regulatory changes in energy policy, or public transportation and infrastructure.
A quarterly research report that details leasing, development and investment sales activity submarket by submarket.