Coverage areas


There are over 72,000 data points on the charts covering 45 geographical area, three property classes of 27 property types over 10 years. The include the National data and:

Eastern US summary plus

Atlanta * Baltimore * Boston *  Charlotte * Jacksonville * Memphis * Miami * Nashville * NYC * Orlando * Philadelphia * Pittsburgh * Raleigh * Tampa * Washington DC

Central US summary plus

Austin * Chicago * Cincinnati * Cleveland * Columbus * Dallas * Detroit * Houston * Indianapolis * Kansas City * Minneapolis * Oklahoma City * San Antonio * Saint Louis

Western US summary plus

Albuquerque * Denver * Los Angeles * Las Vegas * Orange County (LA) * Phoenix  * Salt Lake City * San Diego * San Francisco * Sacramento * Seattle







Property types

Blended Calculated Capitalization Rates for Class A, B and C properties of the following property types.

      Apartments              Senior Housing

      Student Housing      Acute Care

      CCR'C                      Assisted Living

      Industrial                Warehouse

      Flex                        MH Communities

      MH Parks                Office

      Medical Office         Restaurant

      Retail                     Self-Storage

Updated for 2nd qt 2019

trended thru 4rd qt 2019


Cap rates trend shows stability during the past quarter.  



What's the Cost?


Monthly - $25/mo

National Rates only
  • 27 property types with 3 classes each.
  • Updated 4 time per year.


National Rates plus 1 region
(East, Central or West)
  • Everything in #1
  • plus your choice of the East, Central or West Regional Cap Rates.
  • In addition to the National Cap Rates and Regional Cap Rates
  • You also get city cap rates (between 12 to 15 cities, varies by region) with the same 27 property types and 3 classes included for each region and city.
  • Updated 4 times per year. 


National rates plus all 3 Regions  $180/yr or $25/mo-mo
  • Everything in #2
  • plus all three regions instead of just one region. That's 45 geographical area, 27 property types, 3 classes, updated quarterly on a 5 year trend.
  • That's over 72,000 data points all accessible within seconds.


The license is for an individual user. Contact us for multi-user company discount information.


Larry Schnepf, MAI, SRPA, Managing Partner


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There are a number of good sources for commercial property capitalization rates.  Some of our favorites are listed below.

As appraisers we believe that the local sales are the best place to start. As a support source we found ourself wading through reams of pdf reports looking for the best data to fit the property. We wanted something that we could quickly (say in under 60 seconds) log-in track-down and cut-and-paste to our reports. Not finding it, we decided to build our own.

While technologically not possible just a few short years ago, today it is. So we went out and assembled a team to gather the data and develop a point-and-click distribution method, all at a reasonable cost.

The other sources of similar information listed below are highly recommended. They may also include additional information such as vacancy, discount rates and rents. If you know of other good data source, we would love to add them to our list. 

In the meantime, please add© to your list of commercial property capitalization rate sources.     

Colliers Mkt Insights          CBRE Cap Rate 

Reis Report          

CoStar                            Loopnet

RERC                              PWC     

Real Capital Analytics          NCREIF     

Marcus & Millichap             IRR Viewpoint



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