Current market observations include the lowest availability rate for U.S. industrial real estate since the year 2000, despite high demand for industrial property from tenants and users. 

Although interest rates have been on the rise in 2018, we are still seeing high interest from out-of-state capital. This combined with the current administration’s recent tax reform provides positive market outlook for real estate activity. 

With an anticipation of two additional interest rate increases by the Federal Reserve in 2018, this may create a small gap between buyer and seller expectations in the marketplace. Overall, the industrial market is unwavering and optimistic, with recent months showing about five percent growth in terms of industrial property values. 

Adam Abushagur

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

Industrial News

Warehouse space hasn’t been this tight since the dot-com boom

The Real Deal – July 11, 2018

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Industrial Real Estate: Valuation Fever

Commercial Property Executive – July 5, 2018

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What Does the Heat Up in Big Industrial Transactions Portend?

National Real Estate Investor – July 6, 2018

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Regional News


New insight into the cities and states battling to win Amazon’s $5 billion HQ2

CNBC Economy – July 10, 2018
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Crescent to Redevelop 200,000 SF Office Property in Uptown Dallas

REBusinessOnline – July 12, 2018
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Frisco office building goes to New York investor

The Dallas Morning News – July 11, 2018
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National News

America’s Top States for Business 2018: The full list

CNBC Business – July 10, 2018
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U.S. economy strong, risk-taking under control: Fed’s Williams

Reuters Finance – July 11, 2018
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Automakers And Other Manufacturers May Need To Give White-Collar Perks To Fill Blue-Collar Jobs

Forbes – July 10, 2018
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