Transactions-Based Index for the Third Quarter

The MIT Center for Real Estate has just released the results from the third quarter of 2007: Transactions-Based Index (TBI)

The results from the quarter are highlighted by a total return of negative 1.7%
for all properties, including a decline of 2.5% in asset prices. The demand side
of the market showed a 3.37% decrease in reservation prices, while our estimate
of growth in supply side reservation prices (property owners) was negative 1.6%.
Among individual property type sectors, price growth was strongest in apartments
(+5.9%), and weakest in industrial (-2.7%).

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