Investors Go After Industrial Assets in Secondary Markets

Strong population growth and lower prices are luring industrial investors to secondary cities.

Strong economic and population growth in secondary markets is leading to increased investment in industrial real estate in those areas, according to industry experts.

While institutional investors are targeting secondary markets for office acquisitions, investments in industrial properties in those markets are increasing at the same time. In 2018, overall U.S. industrial sales volume totaled $54.9 billion, up 8.9 percent year-over-year, according to an Avison Young spring 2019 Global Industrial Market Report. Total sales volume in secondary markets was close to $3.9 billion as of March 2019, a slight drop from $4.1 billion in March 2018. Industrial sales volume is not expected to surpass the high of September 2018, as most transactions during that time were from large platform and company deals.

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