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REmark: Exploring Liquidity in the Chicago Suburban Office Market

Post-recession investment activity started to increase in the 4th Quarter of 2012 and began to taper off in the latter half of 2015. Since liquidity hit a low of 8.66% in April of 2016, investment activity has increased substantially to the current rate of 17.87%. More square footage has traded in the past 12 months than at any point since the recession.

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