“Alternative institutional lenders are showing industrial investors the money. Naturally, the debt landscape matches the current competitive climate of the industrial market, as interest rates continue to rise and demand is cut-throat. In just under ten years, real estate debt funds more than doubled money raised and went from five percent of lending market share to 25 percent. Given that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac do not lend to industrial investors, global real estate debt funds are more than happy to fill the void.
Still battling the labor shortages are industrial tenants. However, strategies to counteract this include the Internet of Things (IoT) and quality of life measures for workers. Both help to increase employee satisfaction and prevent facility hazards. The irony is not lost in the fact that new technology and lack of a strong labor force are the opposing issues at hand for industrial real estate.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director – TAG Industrial

Industrial News

Warehouses Are Getting Bigger, And Going High-Tech
GlobeSt.com-October 1, 2018
Will Automation in the Warehouse Sector Affect Real Estate Needs?
NREI Online-October 1, 2018
5 CRE Takeaways From New Trade Deal Between U.S., Canada And Mexico
BisNow-October 1, 2018

 

Regional News

 
Fort Construction Breaks Ground on $19M Affordable Housing Project in Fort Worth
REBusinessOnline – September 28, 2018
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Bad news for home sellers: D-FW has one of the biggest U.S. home listing gains
The Dallas Morning News – Top Stories – October 03, 2018
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Morningstar developers break ground on Northstar community that will bring 2,200 homes to Fort Worth area
Dallas Business Journal – October 02, 2018
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National News

Online Orders Force Supermarkets to Rethink Their Stores
WSJ – October 02, 2018
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Re:Store, WeWork for Retail, Will Bring Instagram Brands to Storefronts
Fortune – October 04, 2018
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Toys ‘R’ Us Lenders File Plan to Revive Brand, Reopen Stores
National Real Estate Investor – October 02, 2018
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