TAG Industrial Watch: February 13, 2021

“In the recent NAIOP January survey, respondents indicated “improving rent collection rates, increased industrial investment activity, and a more positive outlook for employment in their firms” in regards to the pandemic’s impact on CRE. Rent collection rates improved across many sectors with lower rates of rent relief requests. Although development is still reported with slight delays, government mandated delays were reported across all CRE types by just 5.8 percent of respondents. It may have not been a roaring 2020, but 2021 will be full steam ahead.” – Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Logistics Rent Growth Powers Through The Pandemic
Connect – February 5, 2021
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Industrial Continues Its Boom Times Ignoring A Few Looming Clouds
GlobeSt – February 8, 2021
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Industrial Investment Running At Full Steam This Year
GlobeSt – February 9, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Unmanned Aircraft Has Potential To Solve Today’s Supply Chain Issues
Connect Texas – February 10, 2021
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CRE Loan Volumes Increase 76% In Q4
Connect – February 9, 2021
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These Are The Top DFW Submarkets Poised For Growth
D Magazine – February 10, 2021
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Colorado Says Phase 2 Of Federal Unemployment Rollout Will
Happen Week Of February 22

The Denver Channel – February 8, 2021
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Pro Athletes Increasingly Investing In Real Estate Before They Stop Playing
Bisnow – February 9, 2021
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