TAG Industrial Watch: June 26, 2021

“As we near the midpoint of the year, the conversation in commercial real estate has shifted from the astonishment of record leasing, to skyrocketing property values. Aggressive lending, fueled by historically low interest rates, are allowing investors to bid down cap rates on some properties towards 5%. Not surprisingly, industrial properties are largely leading the way, already up 15%-25% over their pre-pandemic levels in many cases. With market experts forecasting up to 30% in capital gains (Globe St.), it is clear that the stars have aligned for industrial landlords.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Why Zero Makes Sense For Net Lease Investors
Commercial Property Executive – June 16, 2021
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Cap Rates Facing Downward Pressure For Many Types Of CRE
Globe St. – June 16, 2021
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Lumber Prices Suddenly Move Downward
Globe St. – June 15, 2021
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Within An Already Favored Sector, Industrial Big Boxes
Are Highly Prized By All Types of Investors

Wealth Management – June 23, 2021
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Commercial Real Estate Lenders Aren’t Just Competing Over Low Rates And Terms
ReJournal – June 21, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Amazon Plans Delivery Station On Chicago’s West Side
Connect Chicago & Midwest – June 24, 2021
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Commercial Property Values Still Rose In Houston During The Pandemic
Bisnow – June 22, 2021
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Everything’s Coming Up Roses For DFW’s Industrial Market
D Magazine – June 17, 2021
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Two More Buildings Break Ground At Eastpark 70
Mile High CRE – June 21, 2021
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Custom Goods To Occupy Entire Bay Area Business Park
Connect Texas – June 17, 2021
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