“With vacancy rates low and new development high in areas like South Dallas and Downtown, investors and businesses alike are scouring the Plano and McKinney submarkets, which were previously slower to be scooped up in the industrial boom. Average rents are about twice as much for flex buildings compared to warehousing here and both are expected to rise over the next few years. Because the submarkets are not in the thick of things like Central Dallas, larger tenants are being drawn to the area.

Capital values over all sectors appear as though they will drop in the near future. Interestingly enough, at least 45 percent of investors feel as though commercial real estate is overpriced, except in the industrial sector. Unlike the downward projected rents across commercial real estate, industrial rents are expected to remain strong over the next year.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director – TAG Industrial

Industrial News

CRE Snapshot: Southwest Dallas Industrial Market

BisNow—November 19, 2018

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Why Technology Could Never Replace The Human Element Of Real Estate Appraisals, Valuations
BisNow—November 18, 2018

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To Combat Shortage Of Industrial Workers, Prologis Internship Program Aims To Attract High School Kids

BisNow—November 14, 2018

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Regional News

400 Record Goes from Vacant to Vibrant

GlobeSt.com—November 19, 2018

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Galleria Dallas chooses to close this Thanksgiving

CSA—November 19, 2018

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Constructing a Sustainable Solution to the Housing Crisis

GlobeSt.com—November 19, 2018

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National News

ICSC: Strong Black Friday Retail Sales Expected

GlobeSt.com—November 20, 2018

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today

National Real Estate Investor—November 20, 2018

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Deadly California Fires Have Destroyed More Than 15,000 Structures, Taken 80 Lives

BisNow—November 19, 2018

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