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REPORT: Phoenix Commercial Real Estate Market 2014. Featured by ArizonaROI at SVN | SFRhub Advisors.


What Phoenix market segments are recovered and primed for growth?

Previously posted at website.

The overall economic recovery has been underway for four years, but the averages don’t apply very well to any one region in the United States. What markets are recovered and primed for growth? How does this play out differently in office markets versus industrial? Is it too late to start multi-family development, or does it depend on the market?

Below you can preview the individual Phoenix market sector reports for commercial real estate’s 2014 half year performance and how it play’s out differently depending on your business.




Commercial real estate is on the rise, and its impact on the economy is powerful.

Take a 2-minute look at how the development of office, industrial and retail real estate contributes to the economy and generates jobs.

 Video released by the NAIOP Research Foundation:



Jeff Cline

Commercial Real Estate

Phone: 480-442-8395





ArizonaROI at SVN | SFRhub Advisors.

2 thoughts on “REPORT: Phoenix Commercial Real Estate Market 2014. Featured by ArizonaROI at SVN | SFRhub Advisors.”

  1. Oh no, so much information to digest! As a commercial broker in your market, what sector would you suggest to a new investor to focus on for long term investment? I’ll have to check with brokers here in Indy to see how the markets are different. Thanks for sharing

    1. HI Mr. Woods,

      Thanks for your message. The product or commercial segment can be determined by the amount of investment and target NOI and Cap rate. These numbers vary by sub-market or regions throughout the Phoenix area. The 100-200 unit multifamily market has remained fairly stable and is currently growing in the market place. Contact me at for additional information. -Thank you four your inquiry, Jeff Cline

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