Jones Lang LaSalle was quoted as saying that the global commercial property market had sales of $75 billion dollars in the first quarter of 2012, and although this was a small decline, the demand for commercial real estate property is rapidly increasing and growth is definitely certain.
The US had a sales growth of 16% in the market. A sure fire sign of positive economic growth. No only the US, but Canada and Mexico had growth as well.
Several real estate reports across the globe have reported that the commercial real estate market had sales totaling an astonishing $418 billion dollars in 2011, that total being the the fourth highest in reported history.