Migration Patterns Drive CRE Growth, Investments by Kevin Sanz, CCIM, MISRE

Posted on June 03, 2021

The past year of pandemic life has accelerated residential home sales, especially in warm-weather, secondary markets where buyers can find more room to roam – both indoors and out. As more people get vaccinated and re-enter society, we are seeing the impact of these demographic shifts on commercial property, where there has been an increased demand for grocery-anchored retail, restaurants and other tenants on which consumer rely for leisure and lifestyle activities. Unsurprisingly, businesses now operating with a remote workforce have also taken notice, relocating their corporate headquarters or expanded their footprint with new offices these rising markets.

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