• Job growth continued through the end of 2018, as the Oklahoma City economy registered a ten-year low of 2.6% in November 2018.

 

  • Oklahoma City retail sales saw an increase of 2.2% compared to the Q4 2017 level of $3.32 billion, according to the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.

 

  • Within Oklahoma City’s retail market, there was 78,337 sq. ft. of net absorption during Q4 2018, after spending most of 2018 in negative territory.

 

  • Rental rates and occupancy saw little change during Q4 2018 at both the market and submarket levels.

 

  • Investment sales volume for the Oklahoma City retail market experienced an uptick to end the year after declining slightly during Q3 2018.