2019 Market Outlook for Venture Tech and CRE

2018 was a year of reduced liquidity in the traditional CRE market with asset prices finally feeling the weight of the consecutive rate hikes by the FED, as monetary policy and the pull back from quantitative easing has hit Cap Rates. This impact has squarely been felt the most by the largest office markets pushing asset prices to lower levels and landlords as we had predicted in last years prospectus, are starting to see new threats of from non-traditional competition. Numerous "space as a service" providers like WeWork, Convene, Industrious and others whose business models have evolved to not only compete with landlords but platforms like WeWork and Eden ( on our 2019 company to watch)