1. GID Industrial Acquires Logistics Commerce Center in San Antonio, TX

    Posted on October 7, 2021

    Dallas, TX – (October 7, 2021) GID Industrial announced today that it has acquired Logistics Commerce Center, a 400,400 sf industrial property located in San Antonio, TX. The acquisition represents GID Industrial’s first acquisition in San Antonio.

  2. Apartment’s Share of Wallet: Despite quickly rebounding rents, Apartments taking only modest share of wallet.

    Posted on August 17, 2021

    Apartment’s Share of Wallet  Despite quickly rebounding rents, Apartments taking only modest share of wallet.  July 2021  The recovery in apartment demand is skewing toward higher income households, helping to hold down rent-to-income ratios despite quickly rising rents.  Across Class A assets owned and operated by GID, rent-to-income ratios were about 21% in the second quarter,1 virtually unmoved from pre-Covid levels.  GID’s Class […]

  3. GID Acquires North Avenue Commerce Center in Chicago, IL

    Posted on July 16, 2021

    Dallas, TX – (July 16, 2021) GID Industrial announced today that it has acquired North Avenue Commerce Center, a 265,550 sf industrial property located in Chicago, IL.

  4. GID Industrial Acquires Stateline Logistics Center in Charlotte, NC

    Posted on June 17, 2021

    Dallas, TX – (June 17, 2021) GID Industrial announced today that it has acquired Stateline Logistics Center, a 104,000 sf industrial property located in the Charlotte, NC MSA.

  5. GID Industrial Acquires 6160 Stevenson Way in Las Vegas, NV

    Posted on June 1, 2021

    Dallas, TX – (June 1, 2021) GID Industrial announced today that it has acquired 6160 Stevenson Way, a 102,000 sf industrial property located in Las Vegas, NV. The acquisition represents GID Industrial’s first acquisition in Las Vegas.

  6. Transaction Volume Is Back… For Apartments and Industrial Properties: More Liquid Markets Separate this Recession from Those Past. 

    Posted on February 17, 2021

    Transaction Volume Is Back… For Apartments and Industrial Properties: More Liquid Markets Separate this Recession from Those Past.  Transaction markets in the aggregate have been quiet, with volumes down 30% in 2020 from year ago levels (which set a record at $438 Billion).1 The second and third quarters of 2020 were especially quiet, aligning with the […]

  7. The Undersupplied U.S. Housing Market: A lack of inventory stifles homebuying and pushes prices higher – positives for the rental market.

    Posted on December 1, 2020

    The Undersupplied U.S. Housing Market: A lack of inventory stifles homebuying and pushes prices higher – positives for the rental market.  Despite the Pandemic, the for-sale housing market has been “hot” with existing home prices in November up 8% from year-ago levels1.  It should be even hotter.  Barbell demographics of retiring baby boomers and a growing pool of 30-somethings should be driving sales of single–family homes at a more robust clip.  Further, mortgage rate drops typically pull demand forward, and […]

  8. Pandemic Outlook: Light Industrial Demonstrates Resilience in the Face of Covid-19 Economic Shock

    Posted on September 12, 2020

    Pandemic Outlook: Light Industrial Demonstrates Resilience in the Face of Covid-19 Economic Shock The impact of the pandemic has been wide-reaching, touching every aspect of our lives. It is affecting where and how we work, with whom we interact, and where we feel comfortable purchasing our necessities of daily life. The fear and uncertainty evoked […]

  9. Bond Yields at Record Low: Relative to BBB Bonds, CRE Looks Historically Cheap

    Posted on July 3, 2020

    Bond Yields at Record Low: Relative to BBB bonds, CRE looks historically cheap The Fed was prepared to move quickly, applying hard lessons learned during the financial crisis 10 years ago to support credit markets during the economic shock of the pandemic.  These efforts complement pre-CoVid trends of structurally low bond yields that reflected relatively […]

  10. Household Incomes Up Despite the Pandemic: Headline Income Numbers Mask Underlying Economic Weakness; High Frequency Data May Be A Head Fake.

    Posted on June 26, 2020

    Household Incomes Up Despite the Pandemic: Headline income numbers mask underlying economic weakness; high frequency data may be a head fake. Swift and unprecedented fiscal stimulus through the CARES act has boosted household incomes and put a floor under consumption…at least in the short term.  The combination of $270 billion in one-time stimulus checks and […]