Northeast Ohio Market Snap Shot | Summer 2011
Continued investor demand for core assets in primary markets has been a significant factor to increased sales, but activity is increasing in secondary markets such as Northeast Ohio as well. We have seen a large uptick in activity over the last two quarters in properties offered for sale. Consequently, the trend in the secondary markets appears to be the reverse of the primary markets – new offerings are preceding sales. Since secondary markets generally present more risk and less growth, this trend makes sense as investors ease away from the primary markets as supply tightens.