DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSES: LINKED TO THE SUPPLY CHAIN®

At the foundation of the supply chain lies industrial real estate: distribution warehouses that store manufactured goods at various points throughout the logistics process.
We believe the historically high occupancy rates of distribution warehouses and institutional investor interest in them is based on:1,2


1CoStar Portfolio Strategy, May 2016. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

2NCREIF (National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries). NCREIF data is based on institutional investments and is presented without leverage or fees. Data as of March 31, 2016. Institutional investors often invest on substantially different terms and conditions, which may include lower fees, expenses or leverage.

3Source: Area Development Site and Facility Planning Online, "2012 Industrial Real Estate Market Outlook: Occupy Big Box," 2012. Seeking Alpha, "Industrial REITs: Making Waves in the 'Made in America' Surge," 2/21/2012. There is no guarantee rent growth forecasts for distribution warehouses will hold true.

4Leases for distribution warehouses are typically “net leases,” where the tenant is responsible for some or all of the property’s maintenance, taxes and insurance, significantly lessening the landlord’s expenses.

5The value of distribution warehouses is driven by location and functionality — not by aesthetics. Therefore, distribution warehouses are generic in design and use, requiring very little customization which helps keep tenant-improvement costs associated with new and renewal leases low.

6Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against a loss.
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