TAG Industrial Watch: July 30, 2022

In recent years, industrial owner-users have benefited from selling their properties and leasing them back on long-term leases. Unfortunately, the rise in interest rates stands to dampen investment demand for such deals. Yet, owner-users considering a sale-leaseback are not simply at the mercy of interest rates. Increasing the returns an investor can make can improve a property’s value even in the face of rising rates. For example, an owner-user with a sizeable amount of unused warehouse or outdoor storage space can market the property as a multi-tenant redevelopment opportunity. Converting a single-tenant property to a multi-tenant asset can significantly improve rental income, thus enhancing a property’s value.

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Co-Warehousing Comes To The Industrial Sector
WealthManagement.com – July 26, 2022
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Inflation Pumps The Case For Sale-Leasebacks
Globe St. – July 27, 2022
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Modernization Among Industrial Assets Is Crucial. Especially Now
REJournals – July 26, 2022
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Walmart Demand Is Down, But America’s Warehouses
Are Still Filling Up On Inventory Of Goods

CNBC – July 26, 2022
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Industrial Is On The Brink Of Overbuilding
Bisnow – July 17, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

People In De Soto Are Excited For Panasonic’s Battery Plant,
But ‘This Is A Big Jump For Us’

KCUR – July 17, 2022
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Dallas-Fort Worth Leads Nation In Industrial Building Construction
Connect CRE – July 25, 2022
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Marcus & Millichap Brokers $9.2 Million Industrial Sale In Gurnee
REJournals – July 21, 2022
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Multi-Phased Speculative Industrial Development Coming To Aurora
Mile High CRE – July 21, 2022
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Houston Industrial Park Draws Spec Investors On 47-Acre Deal
The Real Deal – July 7, 2022
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