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LAS VEGAS, NV (December 1, 2021) - SVN | THE EQUITY GROUP is pleased to announce the recent hire of Deshone Brunswick as the new Director of Marketing. Brunswick will be leading the marketing department and assist with business development efforts. "We are thrilled to have Deshone join the firm," said Nolan Julseth-White, CCIM, Managing Director. "Deshone brings experience and expertise in a field that is critical to the long-term growth of our company."

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According to the Real Capital Analytics commercial property price index (CPPI), commercial property prices continue to grow at a record clip. Measured through October, asset prices are up 15.9% year-overyear, the highest annual appreciation rate on record. Moreover, commercial prices are up 1.7% monthover-month.

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The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 6.2% on a year-over-year basis through October and is up 0.9% from September’s level, according to the latest release by the BLS. October’s reading is the largest annual increase in the inflation gauge since December 1991.

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According to the newest projections out from the Wall Street Journal Economic Forecasting Survey, economists expect Q4 GDP growth to rise to 4.81%, more than double the third quarter advanced estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis on Thursday, October 28th. Projections were made prior to Thursday’s advanced estimates, so it will be noteworthy where the panel lands during the next slate of projections given the Q3 shortfall.

Congrats Nolan

SVN | THE EQUITY GROUP is pleased to announce our very own Nolan Julseth-White, CCIM has been named Director of the 2022 CALV Board of Directors.  The Commercial Alliance Las Vegas (CALV) announced its newly elected officers and directors for 2022. To read the full post click here.

economic update aug2According to the Real Capital Analytics Commercial Property Price Index, commercial real estate valuations are up 9.8% year-over-year through June 2021. On average, valuations did not fall during last year’s shutdown, but rather, price growth stalled. Of course, outcomes varied widely by property type. Compared to February 2020 levels, the price index is up by 10.1%. 

economic update july17The Labor Department’s June Jobs Report showed an encouraging 850,000 added positions, well above Bloomberg’s reported consensus forecast of 720,000. Payroll increases were aided by the continued easing of social distancing measures across the US, increases in the vaccination rate, and a growing number of states ending additional unemployment benefits.

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It wasn’t too long ago that persistently low inflation was keeping Federal Reserve officials up at night. Now, in a year where everything has changed, so too has the reason for Jerome Powell’s insomnia.

Prices are rising, and in many corners of the economy, they are doing so in attention-grabbing ways. Lumber prices are up a remarkable 89% from a year ago, and energy prices are up 25%.1 It has been a decade since the last inflationary debate, and a generation since the Central Bank last lost control of price stability.

“As one of the owners of a large shopping center, I found the team that I am working with to be outstanding.” 

Kimberly Schizas
Partner, Shadow Mountain Marketplace