“U.S. banks amped up nonresidential construction lending by 4.2 percent from Q1 of 2020, to the tune of $300.35 billion in loans for the second quarter of 2020. This increase occurred despite the fact that loan delinquencies remained higher than normal since the beginning of the year, with Wells Fargo & Co. and U.S. Bancorp as the leading construction lenders. Some positivity can be felt after a lower number of delinquencies was reported in Q2 of this year compared to Q1, for both residential and nonresidential loans. (S&P Global Market Intelligence).”   -Adam Abushagur

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

No COVID Cold Shoulder For Cold Storage
GlobeSt – September 8, 2020
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Amazon, Big-Box Chains, 3PLs Among The Most Rapidly
Expanding Industrial Tenants

National Real Estate Investor – September 8, 2020
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Rent Collection High In Most Asset Types, Marcus & Millichap Finds
Commercial Property Executive – September 8, 2020
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Cross-Border Investment Dropped Sharply In The First
Half Of 2020. But Foreign Buyers Will Come Back

National Real Estate Investor – September 8, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

How Texas’ Economy Can Flourish After The Wreckage Of COVID-19
D Magazine – September 1, 2020
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Despite COVID-19 Slowdown, Industrial Investment In DFW
Has Grown Nearly 25% Year-Over-Year

Dallas Business Journal – September 3, 2020
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Swiss American CDMO Grows Carrollton Industrial Footprint To 266K SF
Bisnow – September 1, 2020
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Record-Setting Houston Industrial Project Gets Underway
Commercial Property Executive – September 10, 2020
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Dallas Area Holds No. 3 Spot For Tech Jobs Among
U.S. Metros, Stays Ahead Of SF, LA

Dallas Business Journal – September 8, 2020
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M I D W E S T   N E W S 

In Coming Wave Of Pandemic-Induced Vacancies, Some See Opportunity
Chicago Business Journal – September 2, 2020
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Maximum Efficiency: When Industrial And Office Meet
ReJournal – September 9, 2020
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