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Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

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Investment sales picked up nationwide in 2014. Integra Realty Resources broke down where Houston fits into the national sales picture.

Multifamily: 6th

Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

Transaction Volume: $4.4B
2013 Ranking: 4th
Top-Ranked Metro: Los Angeles, $7.7B
In This Together: 95% of the top 25 US cities are in the expansion phase (decreasing vacancy, high absorption, moderate/high development, and medium/high rent growth) for multifamily

Office: 8th

Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

Transaction Volume: $2.9B
2013 Ranking: 6th
Top-Ranked Metro: Manhattan, $20B
Crazy Growth: Cincinnati's transactions increased 319%

Retail: 7th

Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

Transaction Volume: $1.4B
2013 Ranking: 6th
Top-Ranked Metro: Manhattan, $6.6B
Crazy Growth: Salt Lake City’s transactions skyrocketed 621%, and Jacksonville’s pricing leapt 434%

Industrial: 14th

Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

Transaction Volume: $980M
2013 Ranking: 10th
Top-Ranked Metro: Chicago, $3.1B
New Record: Nationwide, industrial cap rates dropped to an average 7.11% across asset classes

Hospitality: 19th

Where Houston Ranks in Transaction Volume

Transaction Volume: $400M
2013 Ranking: 12th
Top-Ranked Metro: Manhattan, $3.6B
But Dig Deeper: Manhattan was double the second-ranked city, but it’s all thanks to one transaction. A Chinese investor purchased the Waldorf Astoria for almost $2B, or $1.6M per room. (Yes, that’s a record.)