Disruptions and rising prices are also having a positive effect on commercial real estate

Tomas Salamäe, Project Manager of Restate DevelopmentsPhoto: Private collection

In an inflationary environment, it is more prudent to stockpile goods rather than hold an depreciating currency. Therefore, companies need to find larger premises for storage and at the same time reduce the costs applied to them, writes Tomas Salamäe, project manager of the development company Restate.

Although the unpredictability of the markets has already become a turnover phrase, in the near future we will see not only a rise in prices or delays in goods and raw materials, but also a shortage, the full impact of which is difficult to assess. As inflation makes it more sensible to stockpile rather than hold a depreciating currency, e-commerce is likely to suffer the least in the new economic climate if the commercial real estate sector is able to provide sufficient support with flexible space solutions.

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