TAG Industrial Market Watch: September 1, 2018

“Dallas-Fort Worth is leagues ahead of any of other city in regards to industrial real estate under construction. That being said, the industrial market must be flexible. Build-to-suit facilities are taking too long for some and reliable long-term investments are more important than ever for buyers, forcing developers to get creative. Whether it’s re-purposing buildings not originally zoned for industrial or tearing them down completely to start from scratch, redevelopment is top of mind.
With high demand for industrial, cap rates are just slightly lower since 2017. Fixed leases are the only downside to ROI during a time when competitive sale prices and demand-triggered rents are growing.
Due to this adaptability and resilience in the market, industrial might be seeing a ‘sector security’ of sorts for the foreseeable future.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

Industrial News

DFW Is Second to None in Building Industrial Space
DMagazine – August 27, 2018
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Building Boom Forces Dallas Industrial Developers to Mix it Up
REIBusiness – August 24, 2018
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Developers And Investors Told To Sweat The Small Stuff On Opportunity Zones
Bisnow – August 29, 2018
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Regional News

121 Corridor Development Heats Up
Bisnow – Dallas-Fort Worth – August 24, 2018
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Dallas home price gains dwindle in latest Case-Shiller report
The Dallas Morning News – Top Stories – August 28, 2018
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“Small-Format” Target Coming to Preston Center in Old Ross Space
CandysDirt.com – August 29, 2018
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National News

The Markets that Have Seen the Most Construction Starts So Far in 2018
National Real Estate Investor – August 24, 2018
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U.S. Consumer Spending, Inflation Rise While Incomes Cool
National Real Estate Investor – August 30, 2018
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US economy logs best performance in nearly 4 years
CNBC – August 29, 2018
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