David Bodamer is joined by Chris Caton, the senior vice president of global strategy and analytics at Prologis, to discuss the state of logistics real estate.
The dispute involves EU imports from Egypt of glass fiber fabrics, an industrial good used in everything from wind turbines to sports equipment.
CRE investors are looking for both assets that have been hard-hit by the pandemic, as well as more stable properties.
Warehouses are definitely in demand among family offices and HNWIs. But some other property sectors also look promising.
CRE brokers report they are seeing more interest from investors in picking up industrial assets.
When examining the industries that have provided crucial services and supplies during the pandemic, many lead back to the need for industrial space.
While there are still a lot of unknowns about how the pandemic will play out, we talked to seven commercial real estate economists about their views on the future of the industry.
The near-shoring of manufacturing to Mexico may shift more traffic toward Texas.
A surge in cold storage demand is expected to last. But exactly how it will play out is still an open question.