Report | United States Industrial Investment Outlook - Q4 2016
Looking back on 2016 as a whole, the year can be defined through a few key takeaways: these include global volatility, pronounced rental growth and retained investor confidence in the industrial sector. 2016 represented the second highest total since 2007, finishing at $46.3 billion. A significant resurgence of interest in large-scale portfolios in the second half of 2016 will carry on to 2017, as the industrial market fundamentals continue to attract investor confidence. A continued swing away from capturing residual value through accelerated cap rate compression, and instead focused on maximizing asset cash flows through rent growth, occupancy gains and credit-grade tenancy will continue in the near-term. Continued compression is, however, expected in product-restricted markets.
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