Researching complex real estate transactions

By Chris Arnold

Data-driven decisionmaking in real estate

Transforming Cities welcomes George Cutro & Chad Buch, co-leaders of the Chicago Industrial Research Platform for JLL. Based in the company's global headquarters, they track the largest industrial market in the United States at 1.2 billion square feet and work with a team of about 40 producers, which is JLL’s largest industrial brokerage team in the country.

Their research is utilized daily for a variety of unique and complex industrial transactions from tenant representation, dispositions, build-to-suits, and investment sales. Chad and George are also involved with market assessments using labor analytics and GIS mapping, and produce innovative whitepapers on industry trends.

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