Industrial real estate has consistently been a top performer in the past-year cycle, appreciating at 12 percent. While supply is low, demand remains high. In particular, Dallas remains one of the biggest markets for industrial warehouse distribution space, with it also being home to the highest concentration of under-construction industrial projects.

In addition, rents will likely continue to rise over the next couple of years with an increase of approximately 1.7 million square feet of industrial space being absorbed or leased. This is only supported by the influx of new residents and job growth. We are in turn seeing high competition among tenants seeking industrial space. As logistics, flex, and specialized industrial space occupancy rates rise with each above four percent in rent growth, the industrial market continues to prosper through Q2 of 2018.

Adam Abushagur

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

Industrial News

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Regional News

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National News

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CNBC – Retail – July 18, 2018
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Homebuilder sentiment, still high, stalls as tariffs, labor and land drive up costs
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