“We are well into the current nine-year economic cycle- second longest in the post WWII era to date. However, actual growth is a middle-of-the-road 23 percent. The key trend has been consumer confidence supporting consumption, as people are buying more products than before (retail up 6%). While the current cycle is projected to remain positive overall, labor force shortages and construction costs are on the minds of developers. There are currently seven million job openings and only 6.1 million looking for work. In all, labor shortage that drives wage growth, construction costs, and tariffs are all contributing to inflation. This inflation though, does not necessary predict bad news for the commercial real estate industry.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director – TAG Industrial

Industrial News

Despite Tariffs And Labor Shortage, Construction Professionals Still Optimistic For 2019

November 29, 2018—BisNow

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Expect Slower Industrial Growth Next Year

November 30, 2018—GlobeSt.com

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Five Takeaways from Marcus & Millichap’s 2019 Office and Industrial Forecast

November 28, 2018—National Real Estate Investor

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Regional News

Self Storage Remains Stable Through Cycles

November 28, 2018—GlobeSt.com

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This Week’s Top Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Dallas News—November 30, 2018

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2019 Housing Forecast for Dallas-Fort Worth: Fewer Sales, Smaller Price Gains

Dallas News—November 28, 2018

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National News

Real Estate Companies A Top Target For Email Fraud

BisNow—November 28, 2018

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Understanding the ‘Ghosts’ of a Property’s Past

November 29, 2018—GlobeSt.com

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Irrational exuberance? Rising commercial real estate prices could signal warning for economy: Fed Reserve

The Real Deal—November 28, 2018

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2018-12-03T13:47:19+00:00

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