JLL: Prime office market conditions to favour neither tenants nor landlords in Mexico City through 2016
In its Global Market Perspective report for Q315, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) notes that the notional capital values of prime office buildings in Mexico City have fallen by 1.2% over the last year. The prime yield is 7.5%, or a 1.44% premium/discount to the yield on 10-year government bonds. Over the last year, rents have risen/fallen by 2.2% and net absorption (on a rolling one year basis) has been 10.0%. The vacancy rate is currently 11.0%. Taking into account completions of new projects prior to the end of 2016, the supply pipeline is 16.2% of current stock. JLL considers that conditions will likely favour neither landlords nor tenants in 2016.
Source : November 2015/JLL/Mexico City/OFF