How long will the industrial boom last?

Orig Post nreionline.com | Repost Cawley Chicago 3/3/16

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Investors are diving into the U.S. industrial market, chasing after a property type that’s having one of its best recovery cycles on record because of the never-ending need for more e-commerce distribution space. However, with strong performance come higher prices, a trend that’s pushed some firms out of the market and may eventually shrink yields if demand cools down.

Last year the U.S. industrial sector registered net absorption of 238.6 million sq. ft., a high water mark for the sector for net absorption gains, according to a recent report from real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. Further, the national vacancy rate dropped for the 23rd consecutive quarter in the last three months of 2015, to about 7 percent, the longest streak of net occupancy growth in more than two decades.

 

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