TAG Industrial Watch: January 15, 2022

With consumer and commodity prices rising at the fastest pace in over four decades, industrial real estate investors are beginning to respond. In years past, 2 to 3 percent rent escalations became the norm, but with the Consumer Price Index hitting 7 percent in 2021, landlords are beginning to bid those rates up to 4 percent, and some are considering pegging them to the CPI (Bisnow). Furthermore, landlords are starting to offer their tenants shorter lease terms, allowing them to capture higher market rents at renewal. For the same reason, investors prefer to purchase value-add properties with vacancies or expiring leases. As the economic environment continues to change with the presence of inflation, so will the mindset of industrial investors.


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Strategies To Hedge Inflation On The Rise As Rates Reach Into The Stratosphere
Bisnow – January 6, 2022
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Here’s How The Ultra-Wealthy Are Investing Going Into 2022
CNBC – January 9, 2022
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Can Logistics Developers Keep Up With Demand? Investors Sure Hope So
Globe St. – January 5, 2022
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Industrial Users And Investors Navigate Challenges To Secure Space
Connect National – January 7, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Reich Brothers Buys Industrial Campus On Houston Ship Channel
Commercial Property Executive – January 10, 2022
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Ongoing Supply Chain Disruptions And Virus Spikes Could Spell Feast
Or Famine For Industrial Construction Contractors In 2022

REjournals – January 11, 2022
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Portfolio Offers Almost Total Barrier To New Competition
Connect Texas – January 12, 2022
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Major Industrial Project Coming To Dallas-Fort Worth
Commercial Property Executive – January 12, 2022
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JV To Develop 467K-SF Industrial Facility In Dallas
Globe St. – January 7, 2022
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