We had a level of uncertainty in regards to economics throughout 2017, however the economy has shown highs. With real estate industrial improving greatly. This is mainly due to the increase of eCommerce and it has caused a spur in warehouse growth. Vacancy rates are staying low and rent charged per square foot is at a high. 2018 is showing that it will continue. Do to changes in trade, transportation, tax and continued eCommerce growth. Having warehouses closer to the customer, continued investment and use of robotics will also continue to help the industrial real estate sector.

Ugly Duckling No More, Industrial Emerges as CRE Darling in 2018

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