With concessions ticking up and rent growth slowing, is it time to question or finetune allocation levels and strategies in multifamily investing?Read More
"E-commerce has created demand for a new type of warehouse with different dimensions, locations and capabilities than what most of the existing U.S. supply offers," said David Egan, CBRE Global Head of Industrial & Logistics Research. "Given that only a small portion of the overall market is truly modernized, there is a strong case for new construction and redevelopment of outdated facilities in many markets."
Sales of industrial properties grew 3% between 2016 and 2017, and investment sales increased 15%, according to an NREI report. Industrial real estate investment increased 23.2%, and sales totaled $59.2B. As the asset class grows in popularity and continues to modernize, real estate professionals are keeping their eyes on the prize. Here are three industrial trends impacting the market.
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Los Angeles number one target, but smaller metros show strength.
"Despite the possibility of escalating interest rates, the vast majority of investors intend to acquire assets in the Americas in 2018. Risk tolerance is expected to remain unchanged, but investors' search for yield and asset diversification is pushing them toward value-add assets, secondary markets and "alternatives" in 2018," said Brian McAuliffe, President, Institutional Properties, Capital Markets, CBRE.Read More
According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's 2017 Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Annual Origination Volume Summation, U.S. commercial and multifamily mortgage bankers closed a record $530.1 billion of loans in 2017.Read More