TAG Industrial Watch: November 13, 2021

“Inflation continues to dominate headlines as the annual increase in the consumer price index hit the highest rate in over 30-years at 6.2% in October. With the industrial market leading the way, the good news is that commercial real estate is being touted as a great hedge against inflation. However, with market cap rates averaging 6.8% on properties over 25,000 square feet (CoStar) and the CPI on pace to rise nearly 7% this year, even the industrial market has cause for concern regarding negative real returns. In an inflationary environment, the properties that can quickly raise rents to keep pace with price inflation will benefit at the expense of those stuck in long-term lease contracts with minimum rent escalations.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Inflation Fears Are Driving More Investors Towards
Commercial Real Estate

Wealth Management – November 8, 2021
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High New Construction Prices, Highly Trained Workers
Revive Old Manufacturing Towns, Properties

Bisnow – November 4, 2021
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Snarled Supply Chain Is Making U.S. Warehouse Shortage Worse
Wealth Management – November 9, 2021
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Industrial Is The Darling Of Net Lease
GlobeSt.- November 11, 2021
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2021 Net Lease Industrial Sales And Cap Rates
Commercial Property Executive – October 29, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Collete English Dixon elected To Marcus & Millichap Board Of Directors
ReJournals – November 5, 2021
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How Dallas Investors Capitalize On Industrial’s Staying Power
Commercial Property Executive – November 11, 2021
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Investment Sales For Chicago Industrial Outpace Five-Year Average
Connect Chicago & Midwest – November 10, 2021
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PGIM Chips In $85M Loan For 140-Building Industrial Portfolio
Connect Texas – November 9, 2021
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Industrial Outdoor Ventures Acquires 15 Acre Industrial Site In Aurora
Mile High CRE – November 10, 2021
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