TAG Industrial Watch: October 16, 2021

“This week’s release of the consumer price index for September should finally clarify that inflation is high, and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. While the annual inflation rate of the money supply has receded from its historical peak of 27% earlier this year to 13%, current levels still rival those seen during the high inflation years of the 1970s. Consequently, building materials continue to skyrocket, with some such as gypsum and steel mill products up 23% and 123%, respectively. After being subdued for a decade, commodities are breaking out, and this may just be the beginning. While high inflation is not a good economic indicator, it can be highly beneficial to industrial investors that are well positioned to benefit from the coming boom in commodities.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Which Construction Materials Are Showing the Greatest Price Volatility?
Wealth Management – October 7, 2021
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Lumber Prices Start To Rise Toward What Might Be A New Normal
Globe St. – October 4, 2021
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Why Net Lease Cap Rates Hit New Lows
Commercial Property Executive – October 5, 2021
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Industrial Presents Great Opportunity For Women In CRE
Globe St. – September 29, 2021
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First Retail, Now Offices Are Set For Conversion To Logistics
Bisnow – September 30, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Tesla Moves Headquarters From California To Texas
CNBC – October 7, 2021
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Cedar Port Park Is First Of Two Assets Westcore Plans To Buy
Connect Texas – October 5, 2021
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O’Hare Industrial Submarket Has Been Flying High In 2021
ReJournals – October 12, 2021
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Helms Rd. Industrial Facility’s Strong Cash Flow Nets Buyer
Connect Texas – October 4, 2021
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Construction Underway At Speculative Industrial Development In Englewood
Mile High CRE – October 12, 2021
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