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ThomsonOne.com for analyst reports. Click on Screening & Analysis, and then select Research. Use industry look up to locate "real estate industry".
Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.
EMIS: Select a Country from the groupings on the right side of the screen. Next select an Industry from the Industry tab located below the Select Country drop-down box. Then choose the By Industry tab. Scroll down to Real Estate. Select Research to access Market Research Reports.
Information about the real estate industry can be found in MarketLine.
Business Source Ultimate: Select "Industry profiles" from the browse option and perform search under "Real Estate".
Passport: Sources for Commercial real estate and property management are covered.
Factiva: Click on "Companies/Markets" and select "Industry". Browse and select Real Estate.
Try the Construction/Real Estate pages offered on the Factiva Pages. See the "Editor's Links" to various organizations and the US Census Bureau. Look for "Top Publications", such as National Real Estate Investor, Alimarket de Construcción, Real Estate Weekly, or Building Design. See also, the "Top Web News". In the right hand column, find news articles that are grouped by Editor's Choice, and the Latest Headlines in Real Estate, Building Construction, Heavy Construction, and Housing Starts.
Bloomberg, available in Barcelona Library Documentation room, contains a section with data on commercial real estate transactions. Type CRE and hit the green GO key.
See the The State of the Nation's Housing report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.
For academic research, try working papers from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.
See the Indice Inmobiliario fotocasa.es
Also take a look at Researching the Real Estate Sector / IESE Library Newsletter, N: 22, April 2007