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Robust industrial market leads commercial real estate brokerages through Covid uncertainty

Friday, August 28 2020 6:40 PM

Landmark Commercial Real Estate plans to keep its foot on the gas after a year of growth in 2019.

In the last year, the commercial real estate brokerage has expanded its development department with new construction projects, added to its property management portfolio and doubled down on industrial deals.

And even though the uncertainty of Covid-19 looms, members of the Landmark team say they expect to continue adding to the workforce.

"There definitely are some unknowns out there. We've not been down this road before," said Ted Branson, director of Landmark's industrial division. "But it's hard to see past the level of activity right now. We are so busy, and it's forced a lot of these changes in our company and the desire for more change, more support for those of us who are overwhelmed with the amount of work that is coming at us."

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