“November was the month for job creation. With 226,000 new positions in the month alone, the unemployment rate was lowered to 3.5 percent. The well-known trend is that there are more jobs available than workers to fill them, and companies are looking to new recruiting strategies and hiring in secondary markets to meet their needs. The resulting added housing demand and wages to meet it have affected nearly every sector including apartments, retail, etc. in those markets. Overall, approximately 180,000 jobs were added per month in 2019 at a 1.5 percent employment growth rate. It’s off to work we go!” -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Focus on the Future: Deadline Dates for O-Zone Investments

Connect Media – December 10, 2019

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Industrial REITs Are Expected to Continue Outperforming Their Peers in 2020

National Real Estate Investor – December 9, 2019

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The Future of Industrial Real Estate

Commercial Property Executive – December 5, 2019

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Survey: Institutional Investors Remain Measured as Markets Rally

Connect Media – December 5, 2019

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T E X A S   N E W S

FedEx Ground Packaging Signs 110,880 SF Industrial Lease Renewal in Fort Worth

ReBusiness – December 11, 2019

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Report: Texas Superfund Sites at Risk from Natural Disasters

Connect Media – December 11, 2019

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Core5 Industrial Partners Begins Construction on 65-Acre Logistics Center in McKinney

ReBusiness – December 6, 2019

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

EPR Makes Portfolio Shift with Sale of Charter Schools

Connect Media – December 2, 2019

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Lenexa developer acquires land in KC’s Executive Park, starts work on new buildings

Kansas City Business Journal – December 11, 2019

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