Weekend Reading for the Commercial Real Estate Industry - October 11, 2019
Written by Brent Carnduff | October 11, 2019
Happy Friday! This weekend's edition includes:
- Investing during different real estate cycles
- Is Industrial being over developed
- WeWork's unraveling
- Parking is still a priority
- 7 CRE trends to watch
Understanding Real Estate Cycles to Find Profitable Investments in Any Market by Liz Brumer-Smith on millionacres
Understanding how our economy works on a macro and micro level means you can identify potential triggers, make informed decisions to increase profitability and mitigate risk, while still finding profitable investments regardless of where we are in the market cycle.
Are Industrial Developers Heading Towards Overbuilding by Patricia Kirk on National Real Estate Investor
. . . developers continue to deliver new industrial product to the market based on the level of demand experienced over the last few years, which outpaced supply. However, there are already signs of slowing industrial demand . . .
Here's a Look at How WeWork's $50 Billion Pile of Office Leases Could Unravel by Joy Wiltermuth on MarketWatch
The potential spillover, should WeWork start giving back its space, could “negatively affect the valuations of surrounding office properties in those cities - even if they don’t have direct exposure to WeWork" . . .
Reports on the Death of Parking Needs are Greatly Exaggerated by Kyle Hagerty on Bisnow
"Parking is a tricky issue because every landlord friend I talk to tells me we’re going to have driverless cars." "Every deal now has provisions about parking being reduced down the road. Yet every deal I’m doing Downtown, tenants want more parking."
7 Real Estate Investing Trends to Watch by Aly Yale on millionacres
A new report from the Urban Land Institute and PwC takes a close look at the biggest current and ongoing trends facing North American real estate investors.
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