1. Already own the land, there is a lot of fallow warehouse space out there , someone owns it.
2. Most places start out loosing money, and continue to , until the owner runs out of money
Originally Posted by MaciekA
Brian, I really appreciate you taking the time to share this model with us. This definitely puts it in perspective. Some questions would be:
1) To what degree can the cost of the real estate be brought down, and how?
2) Do you think US AS-only fields are starting from a money-losing operation and then gradually trying to recover using various other sources of revenue (retail in particular), or do you think they're benefiting from very cheap land? I guess I'm wondering to what degree the field mentioned by the original poster is potentially benefiting from very cheap space.