These Are Excellent Times For DFW Industrial

Well, 2020 was certainly a year for the ages. Before getting into what D CEO asked me to write about, the current state of the Industrial real estate market in DFW, I think it would be unmindful only to discuss business in a vacuum. The Industrial market is as strong as it has ever been, but I can’t just jump right into that. Last year was grueling for all of us, whether it was learning how to work from home, personal tribulations, Covid-19, political unrest, we have experienced a lot this year. Through the pain, heartache, and turmoil of 2020, my mind goes to a song I was listening to this weekend: There will be Better Days—2021 will have those better days. For me, 2020 started with devastating medical news I received about a loved one. A tough cancer battle would occur for months with extensive surgery and challenging odds—David vs. Goliath. Last week I found out David was cancer-free. There will be Better Days. I hope everyone who reads this blog experiences a better 2021 than 2020. Now let’s discuss the DFW Industrial market, which had a heck of a year in 2020. Click to read more at