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Industrial Real Estate Demand Strong Heading Toward Final Months Of Tumultuous Year

The nation’s industrial real estate market is headed toward the closing months of 2022 with strong demand overcoming uncertainty about the course of the global economy.

Leasing of logistics, manufacturing and warehouse properties has been hitting records during the third quarter as businesses and investors also build and buy industrial properties at near-record levels, analysts and brokers told CoStar News. That comes as they describe heading into a fourth quarter beset by uncertainty as the prospect of a recession looms, interest rates are expected to bump up further and the pandemic grinds on.
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The Boom Times in Industrial Real Estate Are Far From Over

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Industrial real estate has been the standout sector in real estate for close to a decade, and the pandemic only further entrenched its position.

While other sectors of the economy ground to a virtual halt, consumers’ accelerated shift toward e-commerce made industrial one of the few assets to benefit from lockdowns and social distancing.

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Five Challenges And Solutions To Market Pressures On Industrial Real Estate

It might not seem like a very attractive time to own real estate in the warehousing, distribution or manufacturing business.

Not only have the last two years turned real estate, across the board, into an incredibly uncertain investment, but the Federal Reserve is also in the middle of a series of interest rate hikes that will make real estate financing more expensive. And yet, it’s still true to say that owning a warehouse, distribution center or factory can be an excellent investment for a small or medium-sized business.

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