“It’s clear that this year, all eyes will be on the 2020 election. As history has shown, a pre-election dip in the economy may be on the horizon. While any change in the market requires attention and planning, CRE investors should not jump into drastic action. Data centers, warehouses, and other industrial assets are still predicted to remain strong in the midst of a shift. Recessions are a natural part of our economic cycle, so investors should withstand the tide as some of the best deals presenting themselves during a slowdown.”  -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Predicting 2020: Politics, From The Election To Rent Control, Will Loom Over CRE

BISNOW – January 2, 2020

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2019 Year-in-Review: The NREI Research Series

National Real Estate Investor – December 30, 2019

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5 CRE Risk Management Trends to Watch For in 2020

GlobeSt – December 31, 2019

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Which Investment Opportunities Can Stand Tall During A Recession?

Forbes – January 2, 2020

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T E X A S   N E W S

Howard Hughes Corp. Acquires Two Office Campuses in Metro Houston for $565M

ReBusiness – January 2, 2020

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Pricing for Industrial Assets in Dallas Increases 20 Percent in 12 Months

ReBusiness – December 31, 2019

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Demand And Shrinking Land Supply Push DFW Industrial Development North And South

BISNOW – January 2, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Somera Road says previous KC renovation shows potential for Lightwell

Kansas City Business Journal – December 31, 2019

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Foresight 2020: Why consumer buying habits could impact this St. Louis construction firm in 2020

St. Louis Business Journal – January 3, 2020

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