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Industrial Sales Not Immune From Higher Interest Rates Impact

All through the pandemic, industrial properties have been among the most desired by commercial real estate investors. But in the current market environment, are industrial assets holding up just as well?

Following another bump in interest rates and continuing economic uncertainty, overall industrial deal volume in the U.S. fell 18 percent year-over-year in the third quarter, reports data providers MSCI Real Assets. But at $35.5 billion, that volume was still 48 percent above the quarterly average recorded between the third quarter of 2015 and 2019, which totaled roughly $23.9 billion.
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Industrial Real Estate Market Poised For More Growth

The industrial sector has become the “darling” of the commercial real estate market, and experts agree it’s likely to continue that way into 2021.

A panel of real estate and third-party logistics (3PL) professionals talked about the resilience of the warehousing and logistics sector and the resulting demand for space in the months ahead at this week’s Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ (CSCMP) EDGE conference.

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Amid Shifting Winds, Industrial Stands Strong In Core Markets

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The economic shores are starting to get frothy, with incoming waves like Chinese tariffs and a downturn market threatening to crash on the beach.

Despite this, the 2020 outlook for U.S. industrial real estate remains positive as low vacancy rates and rising rents offer a calming breeze.

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