Buy the report "Mexico Real Estate Report Q1 2013" at US $1175 for a Single User PDF License from RnR Market Research Reports Library.The Mexico Real Estate report examines the commercial office, retail, industrial and construction sectors throughout the country after the election of business-friendly candidate Enrique Pe�a Nieto in the first presidential polls the country has seen since the global recession.
RnR Market Research Offers “Mexico Real Estate Report Q1 2013” Report at US$ 1175 (Single User License). The report got published in Jan 2013 & Contains 67 Pages. The Mexico Real Estate report examines the commercial office, retail, industrial and construction sectorsthroughout the country after the election of business-friendly candidate Enrique Peña Nieto in the firstpresidential polls the country has seen since the global recession. With a focus on the country's principal cities including Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, andMonterrey, the report covers the rental market performance in terms of rates and yields over the past 18months and examines how best to maximise returns in the commercial real estate market, whileminimising investment risk. In our most recent round of in-country interviews, conducted in July 2012, commercial rental growth inMexico had been fairly stable, particularly in the office and retail sub-sectors. Minimal growth in rents isexpected in the second half of 2012, amid a continued slowdown in the US that has increased cautionamong international investors. Nevertheless, we maintain an overall positive view about the potential ofthe commercial real estate sector in Mexico. Key Points Mexico's construction industry continues to progress along a robust growth path and the outlookis among the most stable in the Latin America region. The election of Enrique Peña Nieto spellsfurther good news for construction sector growth, given his history as governor of the State ofMexico, where he presided over an ambitious infrastructure build-out and attracted privateinvestors. We anticipate growth to remain around the 4- 5% level over the medium term,incorporating around a 0.5% increase as a result of the election (based on campaign pledges),with further upside once Nieto takes office and releases his National Development Plan for thecountry. We expect Mexico's residential and non-residential construction sector to continue along itssluggish trajectory for the remainder of 2012, forecasting 1.9% real growth in the sub-sector for2012. However, upside risks to our forecast will likely kick in following the swearing inof Enrique Peña Nieto in December, and we expect that an increase in private sectorinvolvement and an invigorated National Infrastructure Plan (NIP) will bolster activity from2013 onwards. As such, we expect Mexico to continue to moderately outperform the region.However, structural inefficiencies - especially those evident in the residential housing market -will persist to curtail growth in the sector over the medium term. While manufacturing will likely continue acting as the main driver of growth over the comingdecade, we believe Mexico is set to begin transitioning toward a more services-orientedeconomy, with a stronger private consumer boosting the country's economic outlook, and retailsegment. Inquire for Discount of this report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/discount?rname=66861 Table Of Contents Executive Summary SWOT Analysis Mexico Real Estate/Construction SWOT Mexico Political SWOT Mexico Economic SWOT Mexico Business Environment SWOT Real Estate Market Overview Market Analysis - Office Rents And Yields Table: Historic Rents - 2011-2012 (MXN per m2/month) Table: Net Yield, 2011-2012 (%) Table: Terms Of Rental Contract/Leases - H112 Industry Forecast Scenario Table: Forecast Rents (MXN per m2/month) Table: Forecast Net Yield, 2010-2017 (%) Market Analysis - Retail Supply And Demand Rents And Yields Table: Historic Rents - 2011-2012 (MXN per m2/month) Table: Net Yield, 2011-2012 (%) Table: Terms Of Rental Contract/Leases - H112 Industry Forecast Scenario Table: Forecast Rents - (MXN per m2/month) Table: Forecast Net Yield, 2010-2017 (%) Table: Retail Sales Indicators, 2009-2016 Market Analysis - Industrial Supply And Demand Rents And Yields Table: Historic Rents - 2011-2012 (MXN per m2/month) Table: Net Yield, 2011-2012 (%) Table: Terms Of Rental Contract/Leases - H112 Industry Forecast Scenario Table: Forecast Rents - (MXN per m2/month) Table: Forecast Net Yield, 2010-2017 (%) Forecast Scenarios Infrastructure Report Table: Mexico Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data, 2009-2016 Table: Mexico Construction And Infrastructure Long-Term Forecasts, 2014-2021 Construction And Infrastructure Forecast Scenario Macroeconomic Outlook Table: Mexico - GDP Contribution To Growth Real Estate Risk/Reward Ratings Real Estate/Construction Risk/Reward Ratings Table: Real Estate Risk/Reward Ratings Business Environment Outlook Table: BMI Business And Operation Risk Ratings Institutions Table: BMI Legal Framework Rating Infrastructure Table: Labour Force Quality Market Orientation Table: Latin America, Annual FDI Inflows Table: Trade And Investment Ratings Table: Top Export Destinations Operational Risk Competitive Landscape Company Profiles Cemex Corporación Moctezuma DINE SAB Empresas ICA Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) Demographic Data Table: Mexico's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) Table: Mexico's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) Table: Mexico's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 Table: Mexico's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 BMI Methodology How We Generate Our Industry Forecasts Construction Industry Bank Lending Real Estate/Construction Business Environment Rating Table: Weighting Of Indicators Sources For more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: firstname.lastname@example.org / +18883915441 Website: http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/
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