TAG Industrial Market Watch: January 5, 2019

“We now have a Democratic Congress and small possibility that any drastic CRE changes will be made in the near future. The New Year looks as though cap rates will remain steady, given high industrial demand and also increased interest rates. The volatility of the global market as a whole, coupled with a temperamental stock market provide uncertainty for the future of the economy. This causes investors to assess properties in much more detail and scrutiny. However, there remains overall optimism for industrial in 2019, bearing no drastic shift in the economy.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Invesments

Managing Director- TAG Industrial


Industrial News


Debunking The Three Myths Of Commercial Real Estate Technology

Forbes-January 2, 2019

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What Will 2019 Look Like in Commercial Real Estate?

Commercial Observer-December 27, 2018

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Chinese investors are pulling their money out of the US and Europe

The Real Deal-January 2, 2019

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Regional News

Apartment builders added almost 26,000 new units in D-FW in 2018
The Dallas Morning News – Top Stories – January 03, 2019

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Site plan for Apple campus reveals who’s been tapped for $1B project
Dallas Business Journal – January 03, 2019

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Sears said it will close an additional 80 stores, including seven in Texas 
The Dallas Morning News – Richardson Lake Highlands – December 28, 2018
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National News

U.S. holiday retail sales hit highest growth rate in six years
Home Textiles Today – December 26, 2018

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Weaker housing market drives growth in apartment sector
Institutional Real Estate Newsline – January 03, 2019

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The first economic data from December is in and it shows trouble
CNBC Economy – January 02, 2019

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