Growth Of Rental Industries – BCN Stay http://bcn-stay.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 22:25:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bcn-stay.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2-150x150.png Growth Of Rental Industries – BCN Stay http://bcn-stay.com/ 32 32 The luxury car rental market is booming around the world https://bcn-stay.com/the-luxury-car-rental-market-is-booming-around-the-world/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 22:25:05 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/the-luxury-car-rental-market-is-booming-around-the-world/ According to research experts from Qurate Research, “Global Luxury car rental Market 2022 Insights, Size, Sharing, Growth, Opportunities, Emerging Trends, Forecast to 2028.” The study is an anthology of in-depth studies on many aspects of the global luxury car rental industry. It is an admirable effort to offer a true and transparent picture of the […]]]>

According to research experts from Qurate Research, “Global Luxury car rental Market 2022 Insights, Size, Sharing, Growth, Opportunities, Emerging Trends, Forecast to 2028.” The study is an anthology of in-depth studies on many aspects of the global luxury car rental industry. It is an admirable effort to offer a true and transparent picture of the current and future conditions of the global luxury car rental market, based on credible facts and exceptionally accurate data.

“Global Luxury Car Rental Market Overviews, Size, Share, Growth, Opportunities, Emerging Trends, Forecast to 2028,” according to a report by Qurate Research. Several in-depth research studies on various facets of the global luxury car rental market are included in the report. It is a commendable effort to present a true and transparent view of the existing and future situations of the global luxury car rental market, based on reliable facts and extraordinarily accurate statistics.

The main players profiled in this report are:

Europcar
Unidas
Carzonrent
gold car
Al Futtaim Group
Movida
Fox Rent A Car
Avis Budget Group
Sixt Rent-A-Car
Rent-A-Ca
EcoRent
Carzonrent
The Hertz company
Localiza Rent A Car
eHi Car Services

Key Segmentation of the Luxury Car Rental Market:

On the basis of types, the luxury car rental market from 2015 to 2025 is majorly split into:

Compact luxury cars
Mid-size luxury cars
Full-size luxury cars
Luxury crossovers and minivans
luxury SUV

Based on applications, the luxury car rental market from 2015 to 2025 covers:

Local use
Airport transportation
External post
Others

Scope of Luxury Car Rental Market Report:
The research examines the major players of the global luxury car rental market in detail, focusing on their market share, gross margin, net profit, sales, product portfolio, new applications, developments recent and other factors. It also sheds light on the vendor landscape, helping players to forecast the future competitive moves in the global luxury car rental market.

This study estimates the market size in terms of value (million USD) and volume (million units) (K units). Both top-down and bottom-up techniques have been used to estimate and validate the market size of Luxury Car Rental market, as well as the size of various other dependent submarkets in the overall market. To identify significant players in the market, secondary research was used, and both primary and secondary research were used to determine their market shares. All breakdowns and percentage breakdowns have been calculated using secondary sources and verified sources.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major influence on the luxury car rental industry. In the second quarter, the sector showed signs of recovery around the world, but the long-term recovery remains a concern as COVID-19 cases continue to rise, especially in Asian countries like India. series of setbacks and surprises. As a result of the outbreak, many shifts in buyer behavior and thinking have occurred. As a result, the industry is even more stressed. As a result, market expansion should be limited.

Luxury Car Rental Market Region Mainly Focusing On:
— European luxury car rental market (Austria, France, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom),
— Luxury car rental market in Asia-Pacific and Australia (China, South Korea, Thailand, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan),
— The luxury car rental market in the Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria),
— Latin America/South America luxury car rental market (Brazil and Argentina), — ​​North America luxury car rental market (Canada, Mexico and United States)

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• Who are the main companies in the luxury car rental market?
• What market segments does the luxury car rental market cover?

Contents:

Chapter 1 Introduction to Luxury Car Rental Market
Chapter 2 Executive
2.1 Synopsis of Luxury Car Leasing 3600 Market, 2018-2028
2.1.1 Industry trends
2.1.2 Material trends
2.1.3 Product trends
2.1.4 Operating trends
2.1.5 Distribution channel trends
2.1.6 Regional trends

Chapter 3 Luxury Car Leasing Market Overview
3.1 Industry Segmentation
3.2 Industry Ecosystem Analysis
3.2.1 Component Suppliers
3.2.2 Producers
3.2.3 Profit Margin Analysis
3.2.4 Distribution Channel Analysis
3.2.5 Impact of COVID-19 on the market value chain
3.2.6 Vendor Analysis
3.3 Technology landscape
3.4 Regulatory landscape
3.4.1 North America
3.4.2 Europe
3.4.3 Asia-Pacific
3.4.4 Latin America
3.4.5 Middle East and Africa
3.5 Price Analysis (including impact of COVID-19)
3.5.1 By region
3.5.1.1 North America
3.5.1.2 Europe
3.5.1.3 Asia-Pacific
3.5.1.4 Latin America
3.5.1.5 Middle East and Africa
3.5.2 Cost structure analysis
3.6 Industry impact forces
3.6.1 Drivers of growth
3.6.2 Industry Disadvantages and Challenges
3.6.2.1 Focus on weight reduction
3.7 Innovation & sustainability
3.8 Growth Potential Analysis, 2020
3.9 Competitive landscape, 2020
3.9.1 Company Market Share
3.9.2 Main actors
3.9.3 Strategy Dashboard
3.10 Porter’s analysis
3.11 PILON analysis

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Madayn inaugurates the Masar facilities building and service center in the industrial city of Samail https://bcn-stay.com/madayn-inaugurates-the-masar-facilities-building-and-service-center-in-the-industrial-city-of-samail/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 03:36:07 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/madayn-inaugurates-the-masar-facilities-building-and-service-center-in-the-industrial-city-of-samail/ In line with Madayn Vision 2040 which aims to create world-class business cities to contribute to the economic growth of Oman, the public institution for industrial zones “Madayn” inaugurated the facilities building and the service center Masar in the industrial city of Samail under the auspices of Hilal bin Hamad Al Hasani, CEO of Madayn, […]]]>

In line with Madayn Vision 2040 which aims to create world-class business cities to contribute to the economic growth of Oman, the public institution for industrial zones “Madayn” inaugurated the facilities building and the service center Masar in the industrial city of Samail under the auspices of Hilal bin Hamad Al Hasani, CEO of Madayn, and in the presence of CEOs and officials representing public and private organizations in Oman.

Developed at a cost of nearly RO4.5 million and with a total area of ​​over 16,000 m², the Facility Building at Samail Industrial City consists of 8 floors (ground floor + 7 floors) with a rental area greater than 12,000 m². The building will provide dedicated space for public and private bodies, commercial stores, banks, cafes and restaurants, food courts, telecommunications companies, among other services.

Masar service center

In addition, the Masar Service Center was inaugurated on the ground floor of the facilities building of the industrial city of Samail to improve the level of services offered to investors by speeding up and simplifying procedures, strengthening links with partners to provide integrated services to investors, as well as by strengthening relationships. with investors to ensure a safe and ideal business environment. Masar has an integrated platform to obtain the necessary approvals, permits and licenses for investment projects under one roof and within a specific timeframe.

Cooperation agreement

A cooperation agreement was signed on the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the Facility Building between Madayn represented by Samail Industrial City, Shumoookh Investment and Services and Industrial Innovation Academy. Designed to dedicate space in the facilities building to incubating, supporting and empowering small and medium enterprises, the agreement was signed by Eng. Dawood bin Salim Al Hadabi, General Manager of Samail Industrial City, Eng. Musallam bin Juma’a Al Hudaifi, CEO of Shumookh Investment and Services, and Dr. Ayman bin Abdullah Al Fudhaili, CEO of Industrial Innovation Academy.

The agreement also provides for the participation of these SMEs in workshops and events to enable the owners to carry out their projects efficiently and successfully, as well as the organization of promotional campaigns for the incubators through various marketing platforms. This cooperation agreement is in line with Madayn’s efforts to support and develop SMEs in the various governorates of the Sultanate, and demonstrates the Academy’s desire to support and empower the growth of SMEs throughout their different stages of development.

Current projects

Meanwhile, Madayn is implementing several key projects in the industrial city of Samail, including the medical fitness examination project, which is expected to open in December this year, in addition to the medical clinic. Madayn is also implementing the complementary infrastructure project in the industrial city of Samail. This includes a two-lane road linking the industrial city of Samail to the highway, where the completion rate for this project reached 89%.

This year, Samail Industrial City received 10 applications for industrial, service and commercial investment, seven of which were located. These investments will support the creation of new employment opportunities for nationals. It should be noted that the current total area of ​​Samail Industrial City touches 7.8 million m², and the leasable area reaches 5.6 million m², of which 2.1 million m² has been leased.

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2022 Corporate Car Rental Market is booming globally by 2028 – China Auto Rental Inc., Enterprise Holdings, Uber Technologies Inc, Sixt AG, Hertz Global, EHi Car Services, Europcar, Avis Budget Group https://bcn-stay.com/2022-corporate-car-rental-market-is-booming-globally-by-2028-china-auto-rental-inc-enterprise-holdings-uber-technologies-inc-sixt-ag-hertz-global-ehi-car-services-europcar-avis-budge/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 07:23:34 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/2022-corporate-car-rental-market-is-booming-globally-by-2028-china-auto-rental-inc-enterprise-holdings-uber-technologies-inc-sixt-ag-hertz-global-ehi-car-services-europcar-avis-budge/ Enterprise car rental market The research report of the report is a wide-ranging analysis and Impact of COVID19 in the global market and detailed information with segmentation has been added in this intelligence report. In this report, a comprehensive analysis of the current global market of the global car rental market in terms of request […]]]>

Enterprise car rental market The research report of the report is a wide-ranging analysis and Impact of COVID19 in the global market and detailed information with segmentation has been added in this intelligence report. In this report, a comprehensive analysis of the current global market of the global car rental market in terms of request and supply environment is provided, as well as current price trend and in the the next years. The main global players are presented with their revenue, market to share, profit margin, major product portfolio and SWOT analysis. From an industry perspective, this report analyzes Supply Chainincluding the process graph presentationupstream key raw material and cost analysis, distributor and analysis of downstream buyers. This report also includes global information and regional market Cut and forecasting, major product development trend and typical downstream segment scriptas part of the analysis of market drivers and inhibitors.

Key Players of the Global Enterprise Car Rental Market Covered Are:
China Car Rental Inc.
Company holdings
Uber Technologies Inc.
Sixt AG
Hertz Worldwide
EHi Car Services
Europcar
Avis Budget Group

On the basis of types, the Enterprise Car Rental market from 2015 to 2026 is majorly split into:
Luxury car rental
General car rental

Based on applications, the Enterprise Car Rental market from 2015 to 2026 covers:
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The Enterprise Car Rental Market report provides you detailed information, industry knowledge, forecasts and market analysis. The Enterprise Global Car Rental Industry Report also clarifies economic risks and respect the environment. The Global Corporate Car Rental Market report helps industry enthusiasts including investors and policy makers to make confident capital investments, develop strategies, optimize their business portfoliosuccessfully innovate and perform safely and sustainably.

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Enterprise Car Leasing Market Region Coverage (Regional Production, Demand & Forecast by Countries etc.):

  • North America (S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain, etc.)
  • Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia, etc.)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, etc.)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa, etc.)

Answer to the key question in the report.

  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the Enterprise Car Rental market?
  • What are the different marketing and distribution channels?
  • What is the current CAGR of the Enterprise Car Rental market?
  • What are the Enterprise Car Rental market opportunities ahead of the market?
  • Who are the leading competitors in the Enterprise Car Rental market?
  • What are the main results of SWOT and Porter’s Five Techniques?
  • What is the Enterprise Car Rental market size and growth rate during the forecast period?

Contents:

  • Global Corporate Car Leasing Market Research Report 2022-2028
  • Chapter 1: Enterprise car rental market overview
  • Chapter 2: Global Economic impact on the industry
  • Chapter 3: Enterprise Car Rental Market Competition by Manufacturers
  • Chapter 4: Global Enterprise Car Rental Production, revenue (value) by region
  • Chapter 5: Global Corporate Car Rental Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions
  • Chapter 6: Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
  • Chapter 7: Global Market Analysis by Application
  • Chapter 8: Manufacturing cost analysis
  • Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
  • Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
  • Chapter 11: Corporate Car Leasing Market Effect Factor Analysis
  • Chapter 12: Global Corporate Car Rental Market Forecast

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Shoe Rental Services Market Is Booming Globally – Designer Women https://bcn-stay.com/shoe-rental-services-market-is-booming-globally-designer-women/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:32:18 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/shoe-rental-services-market-is-booming-globally-designer-women/ New research on the Shoe Rental Services market was conducted across a variety of industries in various regions to produce over 250 page reports. This study is a perfect blend of qualitative and quantifiable information highlighting key market developments, industry and competitor challenges in gap analysis and new opportunities and may be trending in the […]]]>

New research on the Shoe Rental Services market was conducted across a variety of industries in various regions to produce over 250 page reports. This study is a perfect blend of qualitative and quantifiable information highlighting key market developments, industry and competitor challenges in gap analysis and new opportunities and may be trending in the services market shoe rental to users. Some are part of the coverage and are the main and emerging players profiled Teneez, Loan My Sole, LSWOP, KYX World, My Wardrobe, Style Lend, Village Luxe, Hurr, Lendapair, The Volte, Shoe Rental Malaysia, Indiahikes, Tuxedo Junction

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Import and export policies that can have an immediate impact on the Global Footwear Rental Service Market. This study includes EXIM* related chapters for all concerned companies dealing with Footwear Rental Services market and related profiles and provides valuable data in terms of financials, product portfolio, investment planning, and marketing and of business strategy. The study is a collection of primary and secondary data that contains valuable insights from leading market vendors. Forecasts are based on data from 2015 to present date and forecasts to 2030, Easy to analyze other charts and tables People looking for key industry data in easily accessible documents.

Segment by Type– Sneaker Rental– Casual Shoe Rental– OtherSegment by Application– Men’s– Women’s

Quantifiable data:
• Footwear Rental Services Market Data Breakdown by Key Geography, Type and Application/End User
• Shoe rental service by type (past and planned)
• Sales and growth rate of applications specific to the Footwear Rental Service market (historical and forecast)
• Footwear Rental Service Revenue and Growth Rate by Market (Historical and Forecast)
• Footwear Rental Services Market Size and Growth Rate, Application and Type (Past and Forecast)
• Footwear Rental Service market revenue, volume and annual growth rate (base year),

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Key Research: Primary sources are Footwear Rental Service industry experts, including management organizations, processing organizations, and analytical service providers who discuss the value chain of industry organizations . We interviewed all major sources to collect and certify qualitative and quantitative information and to determine future prospects. Through interviews with industry experts, specifically the shoe rental services industry, such as CEO, VP, CMO, CTO, Founder and key executives of companies and institutions in the major biomass waste containers around the world.

Secondary research: Secondary research studies the essential information about the industrial value chain, core people and applications. We have also contributed to market segmentation based on lowest industry level, geographic markets and key market developments and technology driven core development.

Qualitative Data: Includes factors affecting or influencing market dynamics and market growth. To list certain names in related sections

• Industry overview
• Growth engine of the global footwear rental services market
• Global Footwear Rental Market Trend
• Incarceration of the shoe rental service
• Shoe rental service market opportunity
• Market entropy ** [specially designed to emphasize market aggressiveness]
• Fungal analysis
• Porter Five Army model

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• Europe: United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Russia.
• Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Australia.

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The research provides answers to the following key questions:

1) Who are the major competitors in the global footwear rental services market?

Here is the list of players: Teneez, Loan My Sole, LSWOP, KYX World, My Wardrobe, Style Lend, Village Luxe, Hurr, Lendapair, The Volte, Shoe Rental Malaysia, Indiahikes, Tuxedo Junction

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3) What are the major key regions covered in the Shoe Rental Services reports?

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, consumption, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of User Authentication Solution in these regions, from 2022 to 2030 (forecast), covering America North, Europe and Asia-Pacific. etc

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Some of the Points Covered in the Global Footwear Rental Services Market Research Report are:

Chapter 1: Overview of the global footwear rental services market (2015-2030)
• Definition of shoe rental service
• Specifications of the shoe rental service
• Classification of shoe rental services
• Shoe rental service apps
• Shoe Rental Service Regions

Chapter 2: Footwear Rental Services Market Competition by Players/Suppliers 2021 and 2022
• Shoe rental service manufacturing cost structure
• Shoe rental service Raw material and suppliers
• Manufacturing process of the shoe rental service
• Industry chain structure of shoe rental services

Chapter 3: Footwear Rental Service Sales (Volume) and Revenue (Value) by Region (2015-2022)
• Sales
• Turnover and market share

Chapter 4, 5 and 6: Global Footwear Rental Services Market by Type, Application and Player/Supplier Profiles (2015-2022)
• Footwear Rental Services Market Share by Type and Application
• Footwear Rental Service growth rate by type and application
• Shoe rental service drivers and opportunities
• Financial information about the shoe rental business

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Size, Cost Structures, Growth Rate – San Juan Independent https://bcn-stay.com/size-cost-structures-growth-rate-san-juan-independent/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:36:03 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/size-cost-structures-growth-rate-san-juan-independent/ Market Reports offers a latest report published on “Global Rental of construction formwork systems Market 2022-2030”. Further, the Global Construction Formwork Systems Rental report includes market size and forecast, annual growth analysis and market dynamics including growth drivers, restraining factors, opportunities and trends covering the overall market perspective. A detailed analysis of the market position […]]]>

Market Reports offers a latest report published on “Global Rental of construction formwork systems Market 2022-2030”. Further, the Global Construction Formwork Systems Rental report includes market size and forecast, annual growth analysis and market dynamics including growth drivers, restraining factors, opportunities and trends covering the overall market perspective.

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Based on region, the global construction formwork system rental is segmented into:

    • North America (USA and Canada)
    • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe)
    • Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and Rest of Asia Pacific)
    • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and Rest of Latin America)
    • Middle East and Africa (GCC, North Africa, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

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Faresin Formwork, Meva, Godwin Formwork Solutions, Trekker, Sunbelt, Ellis Formwork Manufacturing, Korleinvest doo, Peri, Interfama Rent, Aluma System, Ischebeck Inform, Fasiform System, Carroll Distributing & Construction Supply, Paschal, Forming America, Aluma Safway, EFCO, Icon Forming Systems, Advance Shoring, Condor Formwork, Engineered Devices Corporation, Novatec Formwork Systems

Segment by Type– Wall Formwork– Slab Formwork– Climbing System– OthersSegment by Application– Bridge– Architecture– Others

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Industrial spending should be booming. But will he? https://bcn-stay.com/industrial-spending-should-be-booming-but-will-he/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 05:00:42 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/industrial-spending-should-be-booming-but-will-he/ Could this economic downturn be different for industrial companies? There are valid reasons to think so, but it’s getting harder and harder to make the case. The unraveling of the pandemic surge in consumer demand for physical goods has accelerated in recent weeks, with retailers at Target Corp. to Walmart Inc. and Dick’s Sporting Goods […]]]>

Could this economic downturn be different for industrial companies? There are valid reasons to think so, but it’s getting harder and harder to make the case.

The unraveling of the pandemic surge in consumer demand for physical goods has accelerated in recent weeks, with retailers at Target Corp. to Walmart Inc. and Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. issuing a cautious note on inventory and future sales. This is to some extent unavoidable and reflects a normalization of buying habits rather than a collapse in consumer demand, but a slowdown is underway and could accelerate as inflation eats away at purchasing power . However, in part because of these Covid behavioral distortions, some investors and analysts have speculated that industrial capital spending may prove more resilient to a slowdown in consumption than history suggests.

On the one hand, industrial companies have yet to see the benefits of the US$550 billion infrastructure bill. Structural changes such as the shortening of global supply chains and the need to invest in more environmentally friendly factories offer another leg of potential growth outside of normal cyclical economic factors. The recovery in automation overhauls is unlikely to reverse, even if the labor shortage eases. In addition, there is the simple fact that the only way to sustainably combat housing and oil price inflation is to invest in more national energy infrastructure and residential construction. Supply chain bottlenecks have prevented many industrial companies from following through on their plans to increase spending, meaning there hasn’t been much of a spike in post-Covid capital investment yet. Globally, the number of new manufacturing projects was about 40% below pre-pandemic levels in 2021, notes Scott Davis of Melius Research, citing data from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

By most measures, there should be a boom in industrial spending. It is probably economically irresponsible not to have one. That doesn’t mean it will happen.

Consider the housing market. Mortgage rates climbed to 6% this week, which has the effect of excluding a significant number of potential buyers from the market. Even before the latest rate hike, there were signs of a slowdown: New home construction in the United States fell in May to an annualized rate of 1.55 million, the lowest in more than a year, according to this week’s data from the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Building permit applications, a proxy for future construction, fell to 1.7 million annualized units, the lowest since September. This dataset is subject to significant revisions, and supply chain challenges complicate translation to actual on-hand inventory; builders are still sitting on large backlogs of unfinished homes. But U.S. homebuilders are seeing yellow lights: The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo’s industry confidence gauge slipped in June to the lowest level in two years, according to data released this week. week.

This is a problem because even at the higher construction rates of the previous months, the imbalance between supply and demand in the housing market was on track to persist for about a decade by some estimates. The ideal scenario is a sufficient cooling in consumer demand to ease inflationary pressures, but not a sufficient cooling for builders to decide to significantly reduce construction. It’s an incredibly difficult needle to thread. Given the choice between controlling inflation in the short term and solving the housing shortage in the longer term, the Federal Reserve seems inclined to prioritize the former. “We are well aware that mortgage rates have risen a lot and that you are seeing an evolution in the housing market,” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said this week at a press conference after the bank. Central Bank raised benchmark interest rates by 75 basis points. “We are watching him to see what will happen. How much will this really affect residential investment? Not really sure. How will this affect housing prices? Not really sure, that’s – I mean, obviously, we’re watching this very closely.

There are more encouraging signs in the energy market. Oil and gas company rental revenue jumped 43% in the quarter ended April 30 at Ashtead Group Plc, the UK-based equipment rental company said in an earnings update this week. The number of oil and gas rigs is up about 60% year over year, according to data from Baker Hughes. Major oil companies are increasing capital spending this year, and the Biden administration in recent weeks has sought to put even more pressure on domestic suppliers to increase capacity amid soaring gasoline prices. . But Barclays Plc analyst Julian Mitchell points out that industrial production was volatile during the 1970s despite a period of oil price shock, suggesting that may not be enough to support market fundamentals. sector. It should also be noted that many multi-industry companies exited or significantly reduced their energy exposure through spinoffs and divestments following the price-driven manufacturing recession of 2015 and 2016. petrol.

A significant portion of post-pandemic announcements for new US factories come from the semiconductor industry. The chip crunch that has plagued everything from cars to e-cigarettes shows that the world clearly needs more semiconductor manufacturing capacity. And yet demand for consumer electronics, including televisions, computers and smartphones, appears to be weakening. Nikkei reported this week that Samsung Electronics Co. is temporarily halting new supply orders and asking some suppliers to postpone or cut shipments due to concerns about inflation and rising inventory. Is there sufficient demand from other industries to help semiconductor manufacturers consider long-term capacity expansion? Theoretically yes, but time will tell. “We’re definitely going through some rough times in the near term, as everyone else will too,” Intel Corp. chief financial officer David Zinsner told a Bank of America conference earlier this month. Corp. “And what we have to do is kind of keep our heads down and run the business, execute the plan and things will have a good outcome for us.”

Anyone hoping for a clear reading of industrial demand from the upcoming second-quarter earnings season is going to be disappointed. The Covid lockdowns in China have most likely compounded the noise in the numbers from stubborn supply chain challenges. The best indicator of underlying demand and how resilient the manufacturing sector is to recessionary concerns will be what companies say about their spending plans. Kennametal Inc., Emerson Electric Co. and Rockwell Automation Inc. cut their 2022 capital spending targets slightly last quarter, citing a mix of labor shortages, supply bottlenecks and higher costs. students. If the list of companies making cuts grows longer, maybe this time isn’t so different after all for the industrial world – unfortunately, for everyone else.

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New Jersey Rent Control Laws https://bcn-stay.com/new-jersey-rent-control-laws/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 22:30:53 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/new-jersey-rent-control-laws/ TRENTON — Rents, like seemingly everything else, have been skyrocketing lately in New Jersey. The Rent.com June 2022 Monthly Report released Wednesday shows the average rent in the state has risen 36% over the past year to $2,414 per month for a one-bedroom apartment and 42% to $2,981 for an apartment of two bedrooms. Both […]]]>

TRENTON — Rents, like seemingly everything else, have been skyrocketing lately in New Jersey.

The Rent.com June 2022 Monthly Report released Wednesday shows the average rent in the state has risen 36% over the past year to $2,414 per month for a one-bedroom apartment and 42% to $2,981 for an apartment of two bedrooms. Both are about 3% larger than reported a month earlier.

Jersey City has seen one of the biggest jumps in the country, up nearly 49% for a one-bedroom apartment over the past year to $4,291 and 45% for a two-bedroom apartment to 5 $752.

Skyrocketing costs beg the question: does New Jersey control rents?

The short answer is no. Oregon is the only state with a statewide rent control law.

But the long answer is that it depends on where you live, because New Jersey has about 100 municipalities with local rent control ordinanceswhich one to Urban Institute said accounts for more than half of such laws in the country.

“Probably 50% of renters in the state of New Jersey are covered by rent control, because most of the hundred plus cities that have rent control are in the northern part of the state”, where the populations are generally larger, said Mitch Kahn, vice president of the New Jersey Tenants Organization.

These ordinances vary and you will want to check with the town hall or borough for details.

How does rent control work?

Kahn said there are three things to consider: Does it cover all rental housing or does it exempt small buildings, such as those with fewer than four apartments? Does it allow the removal of vacancy control? And what increase is allowed each year?

Allowable increases vary by city, with some places saying 3% or 4% and others tying it to the annual inflation rate. But Kahn said many cities that rely on the CPI also have a peak increase.

“They would say, like, the consumer price index or 5%, whichever is lower,” Kahn said. “So in a lot of these cities that have rent control, landlords won’t be able to get an 8% rent increase.”

What is vacancy removal?

The vast majority of rent control ordinances have vacancy control – allowing landlords to increase rent beyond the ordinary increase, in some cases until the market can bear, when a tenant leaves . Kahn said the change undermined affordability.

“I would say vacancy decontrol has basically killed rent control in the state of New Jersey and elsewhere,” Kahn said.

Pushing for rent control in New Jersey

Kahn said the rent control movement exploded in the early 1980s, and few more municipalities anywhere in the country had added such laws for decades.

Interest has begun to stir as the long-standing challenge of housing affordability has pinched middle and upper-middle-class families. Adding to that was the COVID pandemic, as city dwellers began gobbling up homes and apartments in the suburbs, driving people out and driving up rents.

Kahn said he sees interest in rent control “reawakened” in the state.

“In New Jersey, where it’s happening is in these towns that are going through some form of gentrification — like Montclair, like Asbury Park,” he said.

Plainfield could be next, Kahn said.

Can rent increases be challenged in New Jersey?

Even in municipalities that don’t have rent controls, tenants still have recourse to fight rent increases.

If the increase is “ineligible,” they can tell the landlord they refuse to pay it, offer a compromise alternative, and pay that lower rate. The landlord could choose to accept this – or go to court to ask a judge to evict the tenant.

But Kahn said the risk is that there is no set definition and that a decision depends on the opinion of the judge hearing the case.

“Until this last inflationary spike, the inequity standard was usually 10%, maybe a little higher if the landlord hadn’t raised the rent in 10 or 12 years or whatever,” Kahn said. “But now, who knows what it is?”

Michael Symons is the Statehouse Bureau Chief for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at michael.symons@townsquaremedia.com

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Matterport Stock: Huge Opportunities Ahead (NASDAQ:MTTR) https://bcn-stay.com/matterport-stock-huge-opportunities-ahead-nasdaqmttr/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 04:22:00 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/matterport-stock-huge-opportunities-ahead-nasdaqmttr/ Warchi/E+ via Getty Images Investment thesis Matterport (NASDAQ: MTTR) is a leading spatial data company focused on digitizing and indexing the built world with its hardware and software. The company went public last year through a SPAC merger with Gores Contributions VI. The stock soared more than 200% from its SPAC price of $10 to […]]]>

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Investment thesis

Matterport (NASDAQ: MTTR) is a leading spatial data company focused on digitizing and indexing the built world with its hardware and software. The company went public last year through a SPAC merger with Gores Contributions VI. The stock soared more than 200% from its SPAC price of $10 to over $30 as investors bet on its prime positioning for the metaverse. However, as the hype for the metaverse wanes, the stock has started to fall. It is now trading at ~$4, down more than 80% from its all-time high.

The Metaverse was never Matterport’s main marketplace in my opinion, it’s more of an unprecedented bonus. The company has always focused on the real estate and construction sector. I think Matterport has great potential because its spatial data is able to provide insights to businesses and individuals to better design, build, promote and manage their spaces. The TAM (total addressable market) for digitizing the physical world is estimated at $240 billion and Matterport’s current market capitalization is only around $1.5 billion, which leaves plenty of room for growth. . However, the valuation is still a bit stretched even after the decline, which is why I view the company as a hold at the current price.

RJ Pittman, CEO, on future opportunities:

“Real estate is the world’s largest asset class, currently valued at around $327 trillion, reflecting a $100 trillion increase in recent years as more than 15,000 new buildings are completed every day. Matterport leads the industry with over 7 million digital twins, and we’re creating thousands more every day, while 99% of buildings worldwide have yet to be digitized.This huge market opportunity is growing and growing. we remain focused on effectively scaling Matterport’s business to meet the growing global demand for software-driven property management.

Matterport

Matterport

Introduction

Matterport was founded in California in 2011. It is the leading spatial data company that allows users to turn physical buildings into digital buildings and the process is easier than ever. Anyone can transform a physical space into an accurate and immersive digital twin that can be used to design, build, operate, promote and understand.

Matterport requires a device to capture the image of dedicated spaces. Then, with the image, you can choose a subscription plan that includes free, beginner, professional, and enterprise.

Free

  • 1 active user and active space allowed
  • Capable of viewing images on the cloud
  • Able to upload photos and videos
  • Able to take action

Hall

  • 1 active user with 5 active spaces
  • Feature of the plan above
  • Can be shared and embedded anywhere
  • Publish Google Street View for free for a limited time
  • Basic space traffic analysis

Professional

  • 5 active users and 25 active spaces
  • Feature of the plan above
  • Small team collaboration
  • Auto face blur
  • Schematic floor plans and technical file (on request with supplement)

Company

  • 20 users with 100 active spaces
  • Feature of the plan above
  • Great team collaboration
  • Account management
  • Export traffic report

Devices currently supported by Matterport are mobile phones, 360 cameras, Matterport Pro 2, and Leica BLK360, with each hardware having different capabilities. iPhone, iPad and 360 cameras are generally aimed at home users to access fast, portable and entry-level 3D scanning. Both devices have similar capabilities, except 360 cameras allow you to scan more rooms and spaces and have higher quality images and portability.

For example, 360 cameras can be used to capture small homes, condos, and apartments for rent or sale. Matterport Pro 2 offers the highest quality 3D scans with unlimited 4K photography and long battery life for multiple scans, while the Leica BLK360 has similar capabilities with the highest precision available. Both of these cameras are suitable for large scanning spaces such as hotels and commercial buildings.

Matterport

Matterport

Why Matterport?

Matterport Capture lets you capture the space with the devices mentioned above. Once Matterport Cloud has created the digital twin, users can edit their spaces in the Matterport workbench. It has different capabilities such as labeling rooms, measuring spaces, selecting 4K quality photos, customizing a VR experience, and inviting collaborators to view, download, and edit the space. Then, using Matterport Showcase, users and their audience can see and explore the space in its final format. It allows users to explore space in different formats and experience space in VR format if they have a compatible device such as Oculus. This is why Matterport can play an important role in the metaverse as it builds the bridge between the real world and the virtual world.

Matterport enables industries like real estate, hospitality, and construction to work more efficiently. Digital twins (spaced out as Matterport captured) are very useful in architecture, engineering, and construction because they can store critical information such as building plans, exact measurements, and the status of specific projects. This allows companies to collaborate, design and plan easily. In real estate and the hotel industry, the digital twin enriches the experience of visits to the spaces of the property by potential customers without having to invite them to come to the real site, which makes it much easier to make purchases or rentals.

Matterport

Matterport

Finances and evaluation

Matterport recently announced its first quarter results for FY22. The company reported total revenue of $28.5 million, up 6% from the first quarter of 2021. Subscription revenue was $17.1 million from $13.8 million, up 24% YoY (year-over-year). It now represents approximately 60% of total turnover. ARR (annualized recurring revenue) is now $86.8 million. The company sees strong engagement for the quarter, with total subscribers up 70% year-over-year to 562,000. While SUM (spaces under management) increased 49% to 7.3 million. Full-year 2022 revenue forecast is expected to be between $125 million and $135 million, while subscription revenue is expected to be between $80 million and $82 million, representing continued strong growth of 31 % to 34%.

However, the company’s net income remains weak. The operating loss went from minus ($2.4) million to minus ($84.9) million. This is largely attributable to increased R&D spending, which increased over 300% from $6 million to $26 million. Cash flow from operations went from positive $1 million to negative ($25.5) million. Non-GAAP EPS changed from negative ($0.01) to negative ($0.1). The company ended the quarter with a strong balance sheet. Cash was $600 million with no debt. This gives them a buffer to burn money and invest in the business.

RJ Pittman, CEO, on the first quarter results:

“We are pleased to report another strong quarter, growing our subscriber count by 70% to 562,000 subscribers for the period. We increased spaces under management by 49% to 7.3 million spaces. That’s 7.3 million Matterport digital twins of homes, offices, factories, hotels and more. One of our key strategic levers is subscription revenue, which grew 24% year-over-year, representing more than 60% of total revenue in the quarter, and continues to generate high and stable gross margins. Today, we are reaffirming our prior revenue and EPS guidance for 2022. With $600 million of cash on our balance sheet, we have the financial strength to navigate the macro environment and comfortably deliver on our growth plan. long term business.

It’s hard to assess Matterport using most traditional metrics because it’s still in grow-at-all-costs mode. Currently, the company is trading at an EV to forward sales ratio of 8.9, which is by no means cheap. In the chart below, you can see its valuation is roughly in line with other 3D software companies like Unity (U) and Autodesk (ADSK). Matterport is much less mature than these companies and also has much lower profitability. However, it has a huge untapped TAM which gives the company plenty of room to grow in the future. I think the current valuation is fair given the opportunity for Matterport.

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Conclusion

In conclusion, Matterport has huge potential in my opinion. Despite its recent growth, the company is only touching the tip of the iceberg when it comes to its TAM (Total Addressable Market). Its spatial data will be very useful for the real estate and construction industry, the metaverse being a bonus. A large portion of Matterport’s subscribers and revenue comes from individual users, and the company is now focusing on target businesses, which opens up many more opportunities for growth. Some notable moves include his collaboration with Meta to enable AI research.

Matterport is growing rapidly with total subscribers up 70% year-over-year and SUM (spaces under management) up 49%. Its SUM is now 7.3 million with 22 billion square feet captured, 100 times larger than the rest of the market, creating a strong data advantage. Although the business is still not profitable, I think it is more important to gain market share and grow the business than to be prudent with R&D and S&M spending. It also has enough cash to maintain its current cash consumption. The current valuation is in line with similar software companies and I think the company is a buy as it is a unique high growth company with a huge TAM.

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Buyout and Lease — RISMedia https://bcn-stay.com/buyout-and-lease-rismedia/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 18:03:55 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/buyout-and-lease-rismedia/ Editor’s Note: This is the final part of a three-part series on local innovations focused on affordability and community development. Read the first part here and second part here. A lot of times in the housing industry, people get caught looking up. Expecting the next big thing or the solution to longstanding problems to come […]]]>

Editor’s Note: This is the final part of a three-part series on local innovations focused on affordability and community development. Read the first part here and second part here.

A lot of times in the housing industry, people get caught looking up. Expecting the next big thing or the solution to longstanding problems to come from a national think tank, a large conglomerate or an established thought leader is not a mistake – to Many world-changing ideas of course come from these spheres. At the same time, it’s easy to miss out on spectacularly innovative new ideas or approaches simply because they come from elsewhere – from small markets, from abroad and from different disciplines.

As the entire industry reels under the weight of a long crisis of affordability and lack of inventory, it is possible that real estate will come back on its way thanks to methods and approaches already practiced. It’s also possible that, in the upper echelons of the C-suite, experienced executives and academics will concoct the eventual solutions that will solve longer-term problems in real estate like the homeownership racial gap, pessimism around affordability, new entry-level home construction and gentrification.

But it’s also possible that these ideas will germinate locally, driven by innovators who have found new ways of looking at housing without the burdens of convention and preconceptions, drawing on resources or expertise not endemic to industry thinking. Given the state of local real estate, it seems even more likely that big changes will develop bottom-up rather than top-down.

Almost always starting small, these ideas have the chance to grow and spark real and fundamental change in the way we think about housing:

Redeem (and lease) the block

Bonita Harrison is a broker who lives and works in the West Woodlawn neighborhood of South Chicago. Like so many others who come from close-knit communities, Harrison says she always cared deeply about the neighborhood she grew up in, always populated with friends, neighbors and family, and worked hard to reinvest in it.

With the difficulty of finding affordable housing and with the undervaluation of black neighborhoods after decades of prejudice and redlining, the challenge of finding ways to create new housing that is accessible to residents of this neighborhood is never easy. In this case, it took banding together with four other like-minded black real estate professionals from the area to find an innovative path to home ownership.

“When we talk about creating wealth for the black community, what does that look like?” she asks. “We want to make sure we can retain as many people as possible and make sure their capital position can grow.”

Harrison and the other developers – all experienced brokers with their own businesses, but working in tandem – came up with a specific way of creating housing to serve residents. Acquiring a dozen derelict properties from the local land bank, they designed a three-unit structure that would have similar design elements, all remodeled and assembled by local black craftsmen.

The idea, says Harrison, is that a neighborhood resident will be able to qualify for a mortgage using the additional rental income from the other two units, competing with the “gentrified population” who often quickly grab housing and make drive up rents and prices. These new buildings will also add two more quality rental units to the neighborhood, with an owner residing in the same building who (ideally) knows them and understands their needs.

“The government will come and demolish the houses you have, blocks and blocks of vacant land and rundown housing,” she says. “What we’re trying to do is fill those vacant lots with properties so that more of the community can move in…and that increases the market value of those properties and brings equity into our community.”

Although this approach – buying a property using rental income from another unit – is not a new idea. But having developers who are natural competitors coming together and working hard to keep all the money in their community is unique, according to Harrison. It’s especially notable in an area like Woodlawn that is still steeped in poverty and neglect, she adds, where morale is low and other developers aren’t investing.

“When you’re from the community like us, you see the needs,” she says.

Before Harrison’s group came together, another more established group had successfully rehabilitated and sold homes to residents of Woodlawn. Bill Eager, vice president of real estate development for the national non-profit organization Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH), led a major campaign that saw 44 homes in Woodlawn renovated and sold at affordable prices, when the market was “softer” than it is now.

POAH’s efforts, which are likely to be revived in some capacity later this year, Eager says, have used a mix of local, federal and state grants to fix distressed properties and sell them to residents. They depended on word of mouth and local community groups to get the word out. POAH has also been able to offer down payment assistance, although with rising house prices, Eager says a relaunch of the program is going to be difficult.

“The biggest hurdle right now is just the cost of development,” he said. “And the construction costs are so high that it’s really hard to bring things up to a level affordable for a low-income household.”

POAH considered $15,000 to $50,000 for closing costs and down payment assistance, but Eager admitted that might not be enough in today’s housing market.

“I’m not sure how big the $15,000 aid is right now, but that’s kind of the range we thought about,” he says.

Eager says he’s aware of the “buy the block” effort from Harrison and the other developers, applauding it even though POAH isn’t officially involved at this point. This project came to fruition almost spontaneously, with Harrison claiming that she only knew the other developers informally before this recent collaboration.

“We saw each other at Home Depot, we saw each other on the way,” she recalls.

An initial conversation helped them all understand the impact they individually had on the region, Harrison adds, and after that the need to work together seemed obvious.

“If we focus our impact, it would make more sense…we’ve made it cohesive, we’re going to go out and spread,” Harrison says.

She describes how powerful this effort is to change the trajectory of a neighborhood, increase property values ​​at all levels, and truly change the attitude, perception and habits of the people who live and work there. Designing buildings with a similar aesthetic and strategically placing them can quickly accelerate the kind of positive change developers hope to create, she says.

In fact, Harrison says other developers have approached her since the project was announced, and there’s a “Phase 2” underway that includes the nearby commercial corridor – something that will become very important as that more and more people will become mobile in the region. She says they have also been in contact with local government officials, with the most urgent need being “affordable capital” to expand the effort.

“We’re okay with doing it ourselves, but give us access to capital that we can use, that makes sense for the project,” Harrison asks.

But it’s really that sense of community, Harrison points out, that makes this project both unique and feasible – something she hopes will be replicated in other parts of the country by people who understand that cooperation and understanding can really make a difference to a neighborhood.

“We go through our network and say, ‘Hey, let’s do this ourselves,'” she says. “We really want to be able to do it ourselves, just because of what it means to us and what it means to the culture and the community.”

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Real Estate Leasing Market 2022 Analysis by Size, Share, Growth, https://bcn-stay.com/real-estate-leasing-market-2022-analysis-by-size-share-growth/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 04:52:07 +0000 https://bcn-stay.com/real-estate-leasing-market-2022-analysis-by-size-share-growth/ Real estate rental market The global real estate rental market size is expected to grow from USD 2164.29 billion in 2021 to USD 2396.61 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.7%. The growth of the market is mainly due to companies reorganizing their operations and recovering from the impact of […]]]>

Real estate rental market

The global real estate rental market size is expected to grow from USD 2164.29 billion in 2021 to USD 2396.61 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.7%. The growth of the market is mainly due to companies reorganizing their operations and recovering from the impact of COVID-19, which previously led to restrictive lockdown measures involving social distancing, remote working and closure of business activities which resulted in operational challenges. The real estate rental market is expected to reach $3,476.58 billion in 2026 with a CAGR of 9.7%.

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The real estate rental market consists of sales of real estate rental services by entities (organizations, sole proprietorships and partnerships) that rent, lease and enable the use of buildings and/or land. Rental of goods or services is governed by a rental agreement or contract between an owner of a product and an end user where payment is made by the end user for temporary use of the product. The rental agreement is a document used for the occupation of a space (commercial or residential) for a period of time in exchange for a monthly rent.

Some key players in the property rental market are Daito Trust Construction Co. Ltd., Brookfield Asset Management, American Tower Corporation, Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited, CapitaLand Limited, Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd., Xiamen C&D, Simon Property Group Inc, Digital Realty Trust Inc and Leopalace21 Corporation.

The countries covered by the global real estate rental market are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland. , Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam.

Regions covered in the global real estate rental market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Segmentation of the real estate rental market:
By type:
1.Residential building and housing rental services
2. Rental services of non-residential buildings
3. Rental services of mini-warehouses and self-storage units
4. Other rental services

By modes
1 online
2. Offline

By property type
1. Fully furnished
2. Semi-furnished
3. Unfurnished

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3. Characteristics of the real estate rental market
4. Real Estate Leasing Market Product Analysis
5. Real Estate Rental Market Supply Chain
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21. Major mergers and acquisitions in the real estate rental market
22. Market context: real estate market
23. Recommendations
24. Appendix
25. Copyright and Disclaimer

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