- From A to Z - When Considering E
The disruptive shift to an e-commerce-fueled economy has created seemingly endless opportunity in industrial real estate. Companies across the board have a voracious appetite for warehouse, distribution, and fulfillment space, even as supply chain alterations and logistics infrastructures play larger roles in site selection.
- Small Cities, Big Demand
While coworking spaces in secondary and tertiary markets haven’t exploded, several factors point to these markets offering an additional growth frontier.
- Natural Disasters, Human Response
The frequency of and costs related to natural disasters — including wildfires, hurricanes, tornados, and droughts — are increasing at an alarming rate in recent years. Housing, retail and office space, warehouse facilities — all of these contribute to a coordinated response and rebuilding effort.
- Changes in Store
The key to success for real estate professionals will be understanding changing elements tied to physical stores, from lease terms to sales metrics to build-out options. It will also require the ability to understand technology and, most importantly, the changing preferences of American shoppers.
- Fitting Plans for the Future
Three new FASB accounting standards with wide-ranging consequences are taking effect: revenue from contracts with customers, lease accounting, and current expected credit losses. An they may require substantial implementation efforts from corporate accounting and finance departments.