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Industrial Sector Slowing to Pre-pandemic Levels: NAIOP

Originally published on August 16, 2022, for NAIOP.

The industrial real estate market showed signs of slowing after an unprecedented expansion, according to the latest NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast, released today.

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Amazon Reportedly Dumping Surplus Industrial Space, Could Help Sector Recover

Originally published on May 23, 2022, by Erik Sherman for Globest.com. 

Trends Report Shows Digitalization and Deglobalization Driving Industrial Sector

Originally published on April 12, 2022, by Michael Tucker for the Mortgage Banker's Association. 

Digitalization, demographics and deglobalization will drive the industrial market growth in the near future, said Newmark, New York.

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CRE Prices Soar; Industrial Properties Set Record: Report

Originally published on March 6, 2022 by Michael Tucker for Mortgage Bankers Association.

Real Capital Analytics, New York, reported U.S. commercial property price growth continued to appreciate at a double-digit pace in January.

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Industrial Sector Faces Intense Pressure for Space: Report

Originally published by Patricia Kirk on December 1, 2021 for WealthManagement.com.

Through most of the pandemic, the U.S. industrial sector has been performing so well that both rents and prices have been nearing records. But a recent report from the logistics giant Prologis highlights just how intense the competition for space has become, noting that the logistics space in the U.S. is “effectively sold out.”

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Spread Between Retail and Industrial Property Rents Continues to Compress, JLL Reports

Originally published on May 20, 2021. by Michael Tucker for Mortgage Bankers Association.

JLL, Chicago, reported the spread between retail property rents and industrial property rents is compressing as home deliveries speed up and e-commerce steals more and more market share from brick-and-mortar retailers.

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Industrial Sector Shows Some Signs of Weakness: Moody’s

Moody’s Analytics today announced new forecasts for commercial real estate (CRE) rents and vacancies, covering eight property types and more than 3,000 submarkets across the United States. The forecasts reflect the latest Q3 data on US CRE markets collected and curated by the Moody's Analytics CRE Solutions group.

Throughout 2020, industrial properties such as warehouses used for storage and distribution of goods have likely benefited from an acceleration of e-commerce sales, even as brick-and-mortar retail floundered amid the coronavirus pandemic. The sector will likely not remain unscathed over the next year as a surge in COVID-19 cases forces further shutdowns and a fall in international trade volumes weighs on the manufacturing industry. Industrial property vacancy rates are expected to rise to 11.8% in 2021, and the sector is predicted to incur its biggest drop in effective rents in 10 years, down 4.5% in 2021.

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Commercial Deals, Rent Relief Requests on the Rise: NAIOP

In NAIOP’s sixth monthly survey tracking the effects of the pandemic on the commercial real estate industry, respondents reported continued gradual improvement in deal activity, but also reported more tenants seeking rent relief, particularly in the office sector. 

The survey was completed by 203 NAIOP members between September 15 - 18, 2020. Respondents represent a range of professions, including developers, building owners, building managers, brokers, lenders and investors.

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Industrial Sector’s Big Box Segment Sees Strong First Half, Colliers Data Reveals

By Barbra Murray

The first half of 2019 proved to be yet another strong period in the big-box segment of the industrial sector, and despite certain challenges, more of the same is the likely scenario for the remainder of the year, according to Colliers’ 2019 midyear big-box market report.

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Demand Grows for Midsize Industrial Space: Avison Young

By Sebastian Obando

E-commerce and last mile logistics tenants are fueling additional demand for industrial space expansion in the U.S., spurring midsize space users to dominate the industrial market.

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Commercial Real Estate Price Growth Led by Industrial Sector: Real Capital Analytics

By Michael Tucker

U.S. commercial real estate prices rose 0.8 percent in April, led by industrial property price growth, reported Real Capital Analytics, New York.

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Industrial and Office Property Values On the Rise, Retail Headed Down, Survey Reveals

By Barbra Murray

The future still bodes well for the office and industrial sectors, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors 2019 Q1 U.S. Commercial Property Monitor report. However, survey participants indicate that more downward movement is on tap for the retail sector.

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Cap Rates to Remain Steady Through June, Experts Predict

By Kerry Curry

With late 2018 jitters gone and investor optimism returning, the commercial real estate market should experience mostly steady cap rates through the first half of 2019, although there are particular market segments and geographies that could experience some bumps.

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Industrial Sector to Experience Growing Demand and Absorption Rates, Data Shows

By Patricia Kirk

The outlook for industrial real estate in 2019 is bright, with continued strength in property fundamentals, demand outpacing supply, rent growth and strong absorption squeezing already tight vacancy rates.

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Slowdown in Industrial Sector Likely, Which Could Favor Investors, JLL Reports

By Michael Tucker

After several quarters of record-breaking high rents and low vacancies, the industrial real estate sector will likely "pause" soon, said JLL, Chicago. But it said that could be good news for smart owners, investors and occupiers.

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Investors Seek Unused and Underused Properties for Last-mile Sites: JLL

The limited supply of urban industrial inventory available for “last mile” e-commerce distribution space is causing investors and end-users to get creative by repositioning other types of real estate with failed uses or shrinking demand, according to a JLL report, Urban infill: the route to delivery solutions.”  The report notes that annual total e-commerce deliveries have more than tripled over the past five years, but development of new urban industrial infill assets has remained relatively flat.

Despite dwindling opportunities in urban locations, investors remain interested in the 18 percent sales price premium last mile industrial assets command over “first mile” locations, and the higher rents users are willing to pay in order to be near their customer base.

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Industrial Sector Net Absorption Surges During Third Quarter, Colliers Reports

By Michael Tucker

Industrial activity ‘surged' in the third quarter, led by demand from the third-party logistics and packaging industry, reported Colliers International, Toronto.

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