Industrial and logistics sector immune to Covid-19 shocks for now
Colliers reports a number of German funds now actively looking for investment opportunities in this sector
It’s always fascinating to observe the fallout from a crisis, and in particular how sectors within the wider property market have been affected by crises, be it the current pandemic or the last great recession just over a decade ago.
It seems, this time round, that the industrial and logistics sector continues to be somewhat immune to the wider shocks of Covid-19 and demand for investment opportunities, at every lot size, is at...
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