Investor spending on U.S. industrial properties rose more than 50 percent since mid-year 2012, with buying competition so frenzied many of the new purchases this year have been in secondary markets.
National industrial sales volume increased to $23.2 billion by July 2014, according to New York City-based research firm Real Capital Analytics, a 55 percent increase from the $15 billion at mid-year 2012 and a 27 percent increase from $18.3 billion at mid-year 2013.
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