While much of the sector continues to be dominated by small owners/operators, its solid property fundamentals, credit tenants and low capital expenditures are beginning to bring in institutional money.
Third-party surveys are often relied on for valuation purposes; however, one must be cautious in their use when actual trades in the public market are confirming a value that is substantially different.
The primary objective of a transitional investor is to preserve—rather than build—wealth. To achieve this, investors should take a tempered approach, slowly adjusting the composition of their holdings to support their retirement plans and meet...
A drop in demand for industrial space amid massive new product deliveries portends a potential glut of new product. Coupled with higher interest rates and worries about a recession, it’s forcing investors to rethink their acquisition strategies.