The 2020 ecommerce boom was a greatly disruptive force, especially for brick-and-mortar retailers.
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While property valuations are facing heightened scrutiny across the board, COVID-19 has turned the heat up on pressure cookers that were already building to a boil.
The importance of integrating real estate with technology has never been more apparent than during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The single-family rental (SFR) industry has transformed itself from a distressed investment opportunity arising out of the subprime mortgage crisis to one of the most fundamentally sound real estate asset classes going into 2021.
COVID-19 has firmly cemented self-storage’s place in the conversation about core real estate property sectors.
Global spread of pandemics may, in fact, become more of a fixture of our daily lives over the next 10 to 30 years.
With the easing of lockdown restrictions in February, the United States added 379,000 jobs, with most of the gains in leisure and hospitality.
Looking ahead to 2021, in-store shopping may see a resurgence.
The changes to the food supply chain brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are having profound impacts on the food processing and cold-storage industrial real estate sector.
Boston, San Francisco and Seattle have emerged as the premier global locations for life sciences, according to Savills’ Science Cities 2021 research report.
Data centers, one of the fastest growing real estate sectors pre-pandemic, remained strong in 2020.